Elverson Trip

The History of Elverson dates back as far as the 18th century where it was known as Springfield. 1899 The town was named Elverson after James Elverson. It was april 17th 1911 when the borough of Elverson was officially established. The land they got was annexed from west nantmeal township. The Buildings in elverson follow its economic growth from wood and stone buildings to post railroad queen anne style housing.

Commercial and residential development since the 1950s has occurred largely on the outside of the borough’s historic center. The Wilmington and Northern Railroad line, later incorporated into the Reading Railroad system, was abandoned and removed in 1983.

Our trip began on thursday afternoon with the cold wind in the air. All of the class pile into our transport bus ready to take us away to downtown Elverson. As soon as we are off the bus we take some pictures. Shortly after we thought we might as well try the cuisine that Elverson had to offer. After a tasty burger we trekked on to finish out the day taking pictures of the local park.

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