Route 313 is a heavily traveled road in Upper Bucks County running west from Doylestown. It is called Broad Street as it passes through the center of Quakertown. This is the main drag through town with its antique shops and stores, restaurants, the old train station, the Quaker Village Shopping Center and many well kept older homes.
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Entering Quakertown heading west on Route 313.
There are several antique shops that line Broad Street as it approaches downtown.
Outdoor seating is available for Sunday breakfast in the nice weather.
Approaching the center of town, the road is split here as Broad Street wraps around some downtown businesses.
The well kept town center boasts of community pride.
There is plenty of on street and off street parking when shopping in town.
The Quaker Village Shopping Center is to the right heading toward the  Cultural and Historic Area.
This is not the real Liberty Bell but it does mark the spot where the Liberty bell was concealed while it was being transported to the lehigh Valley keeping it out of British hands during the Revolutionary War.
The Red Lion Inn
Main Street is the last intersection before Broad Street meets Route 309.