Belvidere Delaware Railroad

The Belvidere Delaware Railroad (Bel Del) was a railroad running along the eastern shore of the Delaware River from Trenton, New Jersey north via Phillipsburg, New Jersey to Belvidere, New Jersey. It served as part of the Pennsylvania Railroad (PRR) system, carrying mainly anthracite coal from northeastern Pennsylvania to population centers along the coast.

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