Pennsylvania 413 - Durham Road / Bellevue Avenue


Pennsylvania 413 south
Pennsylvania 413 (Durham Road) southbound approaching its junction with Pennsylvania 263 (York Road) within the community of Buckingham. Pennsylvania 263 partitions from U.S. 202 just north of the intersection. Pennsylvania 413 intersects U.S. 202 (Doylestown-Buckingham Pike) behind the camera. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Southbound at Pennsylvania 263 (York Road). Pennsylvania 263 merges with U.S. 202 to the left en route to Lahaska and New Hope. York Road southbound carries the state route to Furlong, Jamison, Warminster, and Hatboro. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 413 continues five miles southeast from Buckingham through Pineville to Pennsylvania 232 (Windy Bush Road & 2nd Street Pike). The state route crosses Durham Road diagonally on its drive between New Hope and Richboro. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 232 on Pennsylvania 413 (Durham Road) southbound. Windy Bush Road carries Pennsylvania 232 north 5.9 miles north to Pennsylvania 32 (Main Street) at New Hope. 2nd Street Pike continues the state route southward 4.8 miles to Pennsylvania 332 (Newtown Richboro Road) in Richboro. Photos taken 10/03/04.
Southbound reassurance marker for Pennsylvania 413 posted on Durham Road after its intersection with Pennsylvania 332. Durham Road reaches Ryans Corner in 1.9 miles at Stoopville Road. Photo taken 10/03/04.
4.2 miles south of Pennsylvania 232 is the merge with Pennsylvania 532 and the Newtown Bypass. Pennsylvania 532 carries Durham Road east from Pennsylvania 413 to North Sycamore Street. Pennsylvania 413 south joins Pennsylvania 532 south along the Newtown Bypass otherwise. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Durham Road widens in anticipation of its intersection with Pennsylvania 532 and the Newtown Bypass. The Newtown Bypass consists of a four-lane controlled access facility from Durham Road south and east to Newtown Yardley Road (Pennsylvania 332). The village of Newtown resides north of the divided highway. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 413 and Durham Road partition at Pennsylvania 532 (Newtown Bypass). Pennsylvania 532 continues northeast from Newtown 6.3 miles to Washington Crossing and its Delaware River bridge into New Jersey. The Village of Newtown shopping center lies straight ahead through the Pennsylvania 413 and 532 intersection. Photo taken 10/03/04.
The beginning of the 1.5 mile overlap between Pennsylvania 413 & 532 southbound along the Newtown Bypass. The bypass resembles a vintage 1970s Pennsylvania expressway as it skims Newtown between Durham Road and Newtown Yardley Road. Photo taken 10/03/04.
The Newtown Bypass turns east at its intersection with Swamp Road just one half mile south of Durham Road. Swamp Road parallels the Pennsylvania 413 corridor from Furlong and Pennsylvania 313 southeast to Newtown. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 413 & 532 (Newtown Bypass) southbound at the signalized intersection with Swamp Road. Swamp Road straddles the northern reaches of Tyler State Park on the five mile drive to Rushland. An Interstate 95 trailblazer resides at the intersection for the Pennsylvania 332 interchange with the freeway east of Newtown. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Facing east on the Newtown Bypass along Pennsylvania 413 & 532 southbound. The bypass fronts Tyler Park on the quarter mile drive between the west and east intersections with Swamp Road. Swamp Road becomes Washington Avenue as it enters Newtown Road to the east of Pennsylvania 413 & 532. There is no access onto Swamp Road eastbound from the Newtown Bypass eastbound however. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 332 (Richboro Road) shield posted on the Newtown Bypass eastbound at the east intersection with Swamp Road. Pennsylvania 332 enters the Newtown Bypass 3.5 miles east of Richboro and its junction with Pennsylvania 232 (2nd Street Pike). Photo taken 10/03/04.
Approaching the signalized intersection with Pennsylvania 332 (Richboro Road) on Pennsylvania 413 & 532 (Newtown Bypass) southbound. Pennsylvania 332 joins the Bypass from Richboro and bypasses Newtown to the south. Original Pennsylvania 332 continues east along Richboro Road to Sycamore Street and Washington Avenue through Newtown. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 413 & 532 (Newtown Bypass) southbound at Pennsylvania 332 (Richboro Road). Pennsylvania 332 carries drives east from Pennsylvania 132 and Warminster to Ivyland, Richboro, and Newtown. The state route follows the Newtown Bypass east from here to Newtown Yardley Road east of Newtown. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Older Eagle brand signals hang over the intersection of Pennsylvania 332, 413, and 532. In the background is the only set of reassurance markers on the 0.6-mile overlap between Richboro and Buck Roads. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 532 southbound leaves the Newtown Bypass (Pennsylvania 413 south & 332 east) for Buck Road south of Newtown. The state route provides a direct link to Feasterville 5.8 miles to the south at Pennsylvania 132 (Street Road). Photo taken 10/03/04.
The split of Pennsylvania 532 south at Buck Road from Pennsylvania 332 east & 413 south. Sycamore Street continues north from Buck Road and the Newtown Bypass through the heart of Newtown. The street joins Pennsylvania 532 again north of town at Washington Crossing Road. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Continuing east along the Newtown Bypass between Buck Road (Pennsylvania 532) and Newtown Langhorne Road (Pennsylvania 413). Pennsylvania 413 & 332 split 0.7 miles east of Sycamore Street and Pennsylvania 532. Photo taken 10/03/04.
A look at the controlled access of the Newtown Bypass on the drive east of Pennsylvania 532. Pennsylvania 413 departs Pennsylvania 332 east for Newtown Langhorne Road southbound. State Street ties into the intersection from Newtown to the north. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pennsylvania 413 south leaves the Newtown Bypass for Langhorne and Penndel. Pennsylvania 332 continues the Newtown Bypass east to Newtown Yardley Road and Interstate 95 (Exit 49). State Street continues north of Pennsylvania 413 to Washington Avenue (old Pennsylvania 332). Photo taken 10/03/04.
Traveling through residential areas of southeastern Bucks County on the drive between Newtown and Langhorne along Pennsylvania 413 (Newtown Langhorne Road) southbound. Core Creek County Park lies to the east of this two-lane scene. Photo taken 10/03/04.
An older traffic light assembly remains in use at the Pennsylvania 413 (N. Pine Street) intersection with Winchester Avenue in Langhorne. Winchester Avenue continues Langhorne Yardley Road west from Bucktoe into Langhorne. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Nearing the intersection with Pennsylvania 213 (Maple Avenue) on Pennsylvania 413 (Pine Street) southbound in Langhorne. Pennsylvania 213 travels east-west through Langhorne between Oxford Valley and Feasterville. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Southbound at Pennsylvania 213 (Maple Avenue) in Langhorne. Maple Avenue becomes the Bridgetown Pike on the five-mile drive between Pennsylvania 413 and the southern terminus at Pennsylvania 532 (Buck Road) at Feasterville. Pennsylvania 213 interchanges with U.S. 1 0.6 miles to the east otherwise. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Continuing southward along Pine Street beyond the intersection with Pennsylvania 213 (Maple Avenue) in Langhorne. Pennsylvania 413 crosses paths with U.S. 1 0.4 miles to the south. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pine Street widens to four lanes as it passes over the U.S. 1 freeway between Gillim Avenue and Woods Drive. Use Gilliam Avenue west one block to Bellevue Avenue south for the westbound freeway frontage road and slip ramp onto U.S. 1 south. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Pine Street crosses the U.S. 1 freeway and then turns southwest to intersect Bellevue Avenue across from Highland Avenue at Langhorne Manor. Pennsylvania 413 southbound turns left onto Belleveue Avenue toward Penndell. Bellevue Avenue northbound sees an on-ramp to U.S. 1 north in two blocks. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Sinking southward along Pennsylvania 413 (Bellevue Avenue) between Langhorne Manor and Penndel. The borough of Penndel lies just one half mile to the south. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Entering Penndel at the confluence of Elm, Manor, and Comly Avenues and the CSX Railroad line. Pennsylvania 413 (Bellevue Avenue) intersects U.S. 1 Business (Lincoln Highway) & Pennsylvania 513 (Bellevue Avenue) just across the railroad tracks. The state route joins U.S. 1 Business along the Lincoln Highway for one mile east to the intersection with New Rodgers Road adjacent to Exit 44 of Interstate 95. Note the missing Business banner for the U.S. 1 shield. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Le Grande Avenue ends at Pennsylvania 413 (Bellevue Avenue) between the CSX Railroad line and the intersection with U.S. 1 Business (Lincoln Highway). Pennsylvania 413 southbound joins U.S. 1 Business northbound to the left. Pennsylvania 513 begins and continues Bellevue Avenue southward to Hulmeville. Lincoln Highway continues U.S. 1 Business southbound to the left en route to Langhorne and Neshaminy. Photo taken 10/03/04.
Approaching the Rockview Drive intersection on Pennsylvania 413 (New Rodgers Road) southbound after its junction with the Interstate 95 ramps of Exit 40. At present Pennsylvania 413 in conjunction with U.S. 13 (Bristol Pike) form the connection between the freeway and Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 276). Photo taken 10/03/04.
A second sign bridge posted along Pennsylvania 413 (New Rodgers Road) heralds the junction with U.S. 13 (Bristol) at Bristol itself. Jughandles facilitate the movements between U.S. 13 and Pennsylvania 413 out of view. Otherwise Pennsylvania 413 continues southward to cross the Delaware River via the Burlington Bristol Bridge. U.S. 13 interchanges with Interstate 276 1.9 miles to the northeast. Photo taken 10/03/04.

Page Updated February 22, 2005.

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