Heading west on Route 313, one comes to the town of Dublin, halfway between Doylestown and Quakertown.
These Dublin houses line up along Route 313 as you approach the center of town.
St. Lukes Church stands out as a Dublin land mark.
The old brick mansion at the corner of Main St. and Maple Ave. is now used as offices for local businesses
The main intersection of Dublin; the Dublin Inn to the right, and the Dublin Hardware Store straight ahead
After passing through the main traffic light, the Dublin Diner is ahead on the right, and of course what small town would be complete without a Dairy Queen?
You'll never go hungry in Dublin, the Dublin Diner is open 24 hours a day.
This old factory is now being utilized by several small shops and businesses.
One might think this dairy farm is at the end of some long country road, but it is actually right on Main Street in down town Dublin.
The Dublin Borough Park is located on Middle Road, just a short distance from Main Street.
Prior to becoming the borough hall and police station, this building was a church and then a school house.
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