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The Morris Arboretum, located just outside the Philadelphia city limits, is a beautiful place to visit with lots of things for both children and adults to enjoy. My great-nephew in particular is entranced by the large area where several model trains run throughout the day. Along the pathways through this area are representations of various tourist attractions and whimisical creatures that make it seem like a fairy-land.
|Looking from Camden, New Jersey across the Delaware River toward's Philadelphia's skyline|
|Approaching the bridge to cross the Delaware River to Philadelphia|
|It's an impressive structure!|
|In the upper left of this photo is the statue of William Penn atop Philadelphia's City Hall.|
In the not-too-distant past, the statue of William Penn was one of the first things I'd notice when approaching the city. At that time, no buildings in "Philly" were to be higher than the statue. It's now dwarfed by tall buildings.