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A special emphasis of Landenberg
Day 2000 was the endangered Landenberg Bridge. The bridge has
long been the focal point of the town.
The bridge is a popular vantage
point for viewing the White Clay Creek.
Bridge neighbor Nick Henderson
and Landenberg Day master of ceremonies Barclay Hoopes pose on
The Historical Commission
prepared posters about the National Historic Register bridge.
This one showed what is meant by a "Pratt Pin-Connected Pony
There were many discussions on Landenberg Day
about the fate of the bridge. Shown here are Tom Tillett (of Rep.
Pitts office), New Garden Supervisor Chip Smedley, and Peg Jones
of the Historical Commission.