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Traveling along the western shore of the Delaware River one will stumble upon a picturesque restaurant called the Cuttalossa Inn. The main building was erected in the 1750’s and originally served as a stopping point on the stagecoach route between Philadelphia and New York. There are ruins at the site that were once a lumber mill.

In the 1940’s the inn was converted into a restaurant and the ruins were converted into a unique outdoor bar. This view is looking from the ruins near the outdoor bar toward the Cuttalossa Creek as it tumbles over the embankment on its way to the Delaware River. The outdoor bar is closed in the winter but is a fantastic setting in the warmer weather to sit and enjoy some wine with good friends.

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Additional Photos by Linda Richters (richtersl) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 992 W: 583 N: 849] (3546)
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