Posts Tagged ‘Northeast Philadelphia’

Ury House Demo In The 1970s Erased Oldest Home In PA

Ury House Demo In The 1970s Erased Oldest Home In PA

October 25, 2017  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Did Philly allow one of the oldest dwellings in Pennsylvania to be destroyed in the 1970s? Harry K. has this cautionary tale for a redeveloping city with a poor preservation scorecard and a history of demolition > more

Inside Northeast Philly's Temple Of Ryerss

Inside Northeast Philly’s Temple Of Ryerss

September 19, 2017  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. takes us on a fall field trip to the Ryerss Mansion, an eccentric, little-known house museum in the Great Northeast > more

America's Oldest Road Takes Center Stage In New Documentary

America’s Oldest Road Takes Center Stage In New Documentary

December 5, 2016  |  Vantage

The King's Highway, the oldest continuously used road in America, is the subject of an award winning documentary premiering tonight at the Kimmel Center > more

Making Connections In New Jersey With The Delair Bridge

Making Connections In New Jersey With The Delair Bridge

November 9, 2016  |  Vantage

Now that the election is over, it appears we'd better start building bridges. So we thought we'd present this history of the Delair Bridge, erected by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1895. Strangely obscured next to the Betsy Ross, it was the first bridge to cross the Delaware River south of Trenton. Contributor Mick Ricereto has the story > more

PennDOT Announces Plan To Unclog Schuylkill Expressway

PennDOT Announces Plan To Unclog Schuylkill Expressway

September 28, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Alleviating the daily traffic troubles of I-76, an ode to the SEPTA token, Northeast district plans commence, and Five-Below commits to Center City > more