Historic Spahr’s Bridge Reconstruction Fundraising Campaign

Original, Historic Spahr’s Bridge in Upper Black Eddy
Work in progress at the Thompson-Neely Camelback Bridge, Washington’s Crossing
The newly restored Thompson-Neely Camelback Bridge in Washington’s Crossing

The Friends of the Delaware Canal’s quest to restore and maintain the Canal’s most authentic and iconic bridges, which began in 2002, moves forward as we resolve to help restore the last remaining camelback bridge, Spahr’s Bridge in Upper Black Eddy.  Fundraising efforts for this multi year project began in 2021. 

Please help us reach the next step in our goal and make a contribution to help restore this historic bridge. 

Contributions can easily be made on our website:


Contributions can be mailed to:

Friends of the Delaware Canal
145 South Main Street
New Hope, PA 18938

For more information visit www.fodc.org or call our office at 215/862/2021.