The "Red Bridge" at the end of Palmer Street has carried many Morrisville citizens to and from the "Island".
Looking up the Canal from the Red Bridge
Bridge Street at the corner of Pennsylvania Avenue
The Stockham Building still looks as it did many years ago.
The present day library was originally the Episcopal Church, and at one point the library was across the street in what is now law offices.
On the outside, the Morrisville Community House has changed little over the years, but today it is used as a law office.
Mill stone at the corner of Bridge Street &Delmorr Avenue tells of Morrisville's colonial history.
Graystone, at the top of Crown Street, was used as a starting point when William Penn purchased land from the Indians.
Just a block off of Bridge Street, Summerseat is a Morrisville land mark.
Burns Pharmacy, on Pennsylvania Avenue, at the corner of Union Street has been a Morrisville fixture for than half a century. Some older Morrisville residents may remember getting a soda here when they actually mixed the ingredients right there behind the counter.