Delaware City

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Pencader Hundred - Transportation
... Route 40), Summit Bridge Road (Delaware Route 896), and the old main highway between Wilmington and Baltimore, now Old Baltimore Pike ... A portion of the old Delaware Railroad, subsequently the Delmarva branch of the Pennsylvania Railroad runs north-south at the eastern edge ... The old Newark-Delaware City railroad, now the Norfolk Southern Railway, crosses the northeastern corner ...
Delaware City, Delaware - Notable People
... John E ... Rickards, first Lieutenant Governor of Montana and the second Governor of the state of Montana Philadelphia portal Delaware portal ...
Philadelphia, Wilmington And Baltimore Railroad - Branches
... Delaware Branch Formed from the old New Castle Frenchtown and New Castle Wilmington trackage between Wilmington and Rodney, via New Castle ... It was sold to the Delaware Railroad in 1891 ... Christina River from Cherry Island, south to New Castle and a connection with the Delaware Branch ...
Delaware Route 9 - Route Description - Dover Air Force Base To Delaware City
... Coastal Heritage Byway, a road that is part of the Delaware Byways system and is noted for following the Delaware River and Delaware Bay shoreline ... Wildlife Area a short distance to the west of the wide Delaware River ... Augustine Road, passing through marshland on the west bank of the Delaware River ...
Pomeroy And Newark Railroad - History
... The earliest predecessors were the Delaware and Pennsylvania Railroad, incorporated February 1857 in Delaware, and the Pennsylvania and Delaware Railroad, incorporated August 1868 in ... Pennsylvania Railroad's Main Line, south to Newark and southeast to Delaware City on the Delaware Bay, in about 1873, and merged in May of that year to form the Pennsylvania and Delaware Railway ... (incorporated February 1880 in Pennsylvania) and the Newark and Delaware City Railroad (incorporated April 1880 in Delaware) ...

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