Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route

W3R Schuylkill Banks

An interpretive sign stands in close proximity to where the French and Continental Armies camped along the Schuylkill River while on their way from Rhode Island to Virginia in 1781.  This location was the 27th camp the troops made during their journey. Learn more about the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route here.

 Image Credit: 73. Camp à Philadelphie, le 3 Septembre, 14 miles de Read-Lion's Tavern. Le 4 Séjour; Louis-Alexandre Berthier Collection, C0022, Manuscripts Division, Department of Special Collections, Princeton University Library

Just north of the Market Street Bridge