Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives

[Bristol Waterfront on the Delaware River]


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Two vertical towers on the left are at Bristol Waterworks on Radcliffe and Walnut Street. Tallest is a water pipe, lower is to carry smoke. To the left is the Elb’s Home built in 1911. Left of center is the Home (now site of the Grundy Library). On the right is a smokestack probably of standard pipe foundry just on Radcliffe Street near Monroe Street.




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“[Bristol Waterfront on the Delaware River],” Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Library Archives, accessed December 3, 2023,