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Bridgeton is a city in Cumberland County, in southern New Jersey. It is the county seat of Cumberland County and has a population of around 22,000. The city is an agricultural center, and was once a mill town on the Cohansey River.


Businesses on Laurel Street.



Old retail buildings on Laurel Street.



The Bartram Building and other buildings on Laurel Street.



The Cumberland National Bank building, built in 1816, at the corner of Laurel & Commerce Streets.



Buildings on Laurel Street.



A corner building at Laurel & Commerce Streets.



Businesses on Commerce Street.









Looking down Franklin Street at the Cumberland County Courthouse.



The Cumberland County Courthouse, on Broad Street.



Victorian houses along Commerce Street west of the Cohansey River.

















Houses on Giles Street.





Houses on Lake Street.



Mansions on Lake Street.







A house on Franklin Drive.



Houses on Commerce Street near the Cohansey River.



Houses on Commerce Street. These houses date back to the 1870's.



The First Presbyterian Church on Commerce Street.



Houses on Broad Street.



Houses on Vine Street.



A house on Atlantic Street.



Houses on Atlantic Street.



Duplexes on Atlantic Street.



Houses on Atlantic Street.



The Cohansey River, with the Washington Street Bridge in the background.

 

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