Cherry Hill Off The Beaten Path

  • Scarborough Bridge, Cherry Hill, NJ
    Scarborough Bridge, Cherry Hill, NJ
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    A not so historic covered bridge

    by ExGuyParis Written Jan 3, 2003

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    Scarborough Bridge, Cherry Hill, NJ

    Developer Robert Scarborough, as he was turning the beautiful Barclay Farmstead into hundreds of post-war baby-boom tract houses, decided to build a covered bridge across a branch of the Cooper River (so he could extend the road and build more houses).

    Scarborough Bridge was dedicated on Valentine's Day, 1959.

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    One of the few old things in Cherry Hill

    by ExGuyParis Written Dec 24, 2002

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    Barclay Farmstead, the original farmhouse that gave its name to a 1960's housing development, Barclay Farms. This building is now swallowed up by suburban sprawl, but it is still there, hidden somewhere.

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