Add this site to your list when visiting Historic Salem and Cumberland Counties in Southern New Jersey.
Quinton’s Bridge in Alloway, NJ
Visiting a Museum: The Unique, Unusual, Obscure and Historical
Quinton’s Bridge at Alloways Creek
Route 49 at Quinton-Alloway Road
Salem, NJ 08079
No Phone Number
Open: Sunday-Saturday 24 hours
My review on TripAdvisor:
If you blink your eye, you will pass this bridge along the Alloway Creek just outside of Alloway, NJ, a sleepy little town just outside the County seat of Salem, NJ. What may seem like just a bridge with an historical marker once held a big place in the history of the Revolutionary War for this part of New Jersey. This was once a major travel and transport point during the area’s heyday of the farming industry in the early part of the country’s history, supplying food for the Philadelphia and lower New Jersey area.
Today the Alloway Creek is used more for fishing and recreation from I saw the afternoon I visited the site but once upon…
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Don’t miss this historical site in Salem County, NJ.
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