Behind the shopping center, on the other side of a fence so battered it's barely there, a group of derelict piers lay along the Delaware River. Over the decades, the piers have been used by locals for fishing, foraging, and partying. They are also home to about 30-50 semi-feral cats. The area is currently being rejuvenated, and as the piers are being renovated, this weird place is slowly vanishing.
       
     
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 Behind the shopping center, on the other side of a fence so battered it's barely there, a group of derelict piers lay along the Delaware River. Over the decades, the piers have been used by locals for fishing, foraging, and partying. They are also home to about 30-50 semi-feral cats. The area is currently being rejuvenated, and as the piers are being renovated, this weird place is slowly vanishing.
       
     

Behind the shopping center, on the other side of a fence so battered it's barely there, a group of derelict piers lay along the Delaware River. Over the decades, the piers have been used by locals for fishing, foraging, and partying. They are also home to about 30-50 semi-feral cats. The area is currently being rejuvenated, and as the piers are being renovated, this weird place is slowly vanishing.

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