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Buckingham Valley

Buckingham Valley was a hamlet located at and around the intersection of Route 413 southbound and Upper Mountain Road.

Historic Note [1]

Buckingham Valley is located to the south of Buckingham Mountain. The village grew up around the railroad station which area farmers used to send their products to market. A hay press and other facilities used by the farmers once operated here. [2] The station, located on the New Hope-Ivyland line, is still seen in the valley.

The village is now predominantly residential, consisting of a mixture of new and old homes. The houses tend to be spread out along the road, making it difficult to determine where the village begins and ends. A few commercial uses exist in Buckingham Valley including ... (uses mentioned are no-longer extant -- 2006).

  1. Bucks County Planning Commission, The Villages of Bucks County: A Guidebook, Doylestown, PA, undated
  2. Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce, Buckingham, A Glimpse of History, Doylestown, PA

School District: Central Bucks

Buckingham Valley Map

Street Names
Durham Road • Route 413 • Upper Mountain Road

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