Bridgeview B&B
810 South Main Street
Marysville, PA 17053

Phone: (717) 957-2438

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Rhubarb Festival May 21st & 22nd, 2021 Intercourse, PA

For over 30 years the Rhubarb Festival has been a two-day celebration filled with delicious food and some zany events. Held May 15th & 16th, 2020 in Intercourse PA. There will be plenty of activities fun for young and old alike. See the world's only rhubarb race-car derby, savor the tastiest homemade rhubarb desserts at our baking contest, or try your hand in the Rhubarb Whoopie Pie Filling Contest. Don't miss this opportunity to attend one the most unique festivals Pennsylvania has to offer!
Another unique place to visit while in PA is The Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast offering lodging for the Lancaster, York and Harrisburg areas of Central Pennsylvania. Our B&B is situated in a tranquil country setting where you can observe the river, mountains and wildlife all together in one magnificent view. We offer a "home away from home" atmosphere, Wifi, comfortable rooms with private baths, and plenty of space to relax and enjoy your stay. Call the Bridgeview B&B at 717-957-2438 and see why our guests can't wait to come back!! For more information, visit and Trip Advisor for guest recommendations. We can't wait to see you at this year's Rhubarb Festival!!
Spring Weekend at Williams Grove ~ May 20-23 2021

You do not want to miss Spring Weekend at The Grove May 20-23, 2021, featuring special events, Tractor Pulls, the Annual Consignment Sale and Spring Car Show!! Plus, the Williams Grove Railroad is the only place in the world where you can see and ride behind an authentic operating Pennsylvania Railroad Steam Locomotive! Steam Engine #5, originally built by the Pennsylvania Railroad as #643 was purchased in 1961 from the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company in Harrisburg, PA. The locomotive now operates as part of the Williams Grove Historical Steam Engine Assoc. whose goal is to preserve and run historic steam powered equipment.
In addition to the train ride don't forget to check out The Farmer's Flea Market.
If you enjoy trains, then you will love The Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast located in Marysville PA. Our spacious decks give you the perfect view of Rockville Bridge and trains making their way in and out of Enola Yard. It's a train lover's paradise! Take a virtual tour on our website and view guest references at Trip Advisor. We have clean comfortable rooms with private baths, Wifi, a tasty breakfast, and an amazing view! To make The Bridgeview B&B your lodging choice while visiting Williams Grove or anyplace in Central Pennsylvania call 717-957-2438. Come see why our guests can't wait to come back!
National Hanging Out Day

Today, April 19th, is National Hanging out Day!!
Do you know that one of the best places to "hang out" in Central Pa, is at the Bridgeview B&B . We have plenty of space for you and your family or friends to just "hang out"! A spacious sitting room, living room, a wrap-around deck, as well as, a covered deck on the river. Rain or shine there is a place for you at the Bridgeview!
Our guests enjoy just "hanging out". A lot of local restaurants deliver, so you technically would never have to leave! Plenty of great food, beautiful scenery and terrific people are what make the Bridgeview so awesome!! See what other folks have to say on Trip Advisor.
Plan your trip now by calling 717-957-2438
4/26/58 Final run of the B&O Railroad's Royal Blue from Washington, D.C., t

On April 26th 1958 after 68 years, the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad's Royal Blue made its final run from Washington, D.C., to New York City.
The Royal Blue was the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (B&O)'s flagship passenger train beginning in 1890, and was the first U.S. passenger train to use electric locomotives in 1895 through the Baltimore tunnel. The B&O operated the service in partnership with the Reading and Central Railroad of New Jersey railroads. Principal intermediate cities served were Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore. Between the 1890s and World War I, the B&O's six daily Royal Blue trains providing service between New York and Washington were noted for their luxury, elegant appearance, and speed. The car interiors were paneled in mahogany, had fully enclosed vestibules (instead of open platforms, still widely in use at the time on U.S. railroads), then-modern heating and lighting, and leaded glass windows. The car exteriors were painted a deep "Royal Saxony blue" color with gold leaf trim. The B&O finally discontinued all passenger service north of Baltimore on April 26, 1958, including the Royal Blue.
This piece of railroad history has been provided by The Bridgeview Bed & Breakfast, providing superior lodging for any and all folks from around the world who are interested in trains. 717-957-2438 is the number to call and see for yourself!

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