Pennsylvania Road Photos and more....
Covering the places, people, and highways of the Keystone State.
Greetngs and Welcome to the PA Road Photos Page.  Since 1998, this site has brought to you the highways and road features of Pennsylvania in photographs.  If you'd like to contribute with new material, suggestions or ideas, please e-mail me.

November 20, 2010 - 7 new PA Keystone Town Markers added and a new gallery submission from Mike Natale.
October 23, 2010 - 2 new PA Keystone Town Markers added (Dixonville and Rossiter).
October 17, 2010 - 24 new PA Keystone Town Markers added.

Road Signs and More:
- My Personal Road Sign Gallery ---Photos I have taken over the years in the Commonwealth. 
- PA Submitted Signs Gallery ----This is where 'Adam's Army' began! 
- Keystone Town Markers ---A Unique Look at Pennsylvania Towns and Their Histories. 
- The Fred Yenerall Collection ---One photographer's collection of Keystone Town Markers taken during the 1970s. 
- Classic PA Road Photos ---Before the 'Net, there were some great PA Road Photos Taken. 
- 1967 PA Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices ---Some samples of how PA highway's were signed in the 1960s. 

Pennsylvania's Covered Bridges:
- Bedford County ---Discover the county's fourteen covered bridges! 
- Greene County ---The Scott Bridge is one of many. 
- Lehigh County ---Home of six fantastic covered bridges.
- Snyder County ---Travel to Central PA to see the Aline Bridge. 
- Sullivan County ---The Sonestown Covered Bridge sits just off of US 220. 
- Washington County ---23 covered bridges dot the landscape of this Southwestern PA county! 
- Westmoreland County ---The over 150 year old Bells Mills Bridge is the only remaining covered bridge in the county. 

Engineering Marvels:
- Kinzua Rail Bridge---The story of one of the greatest rail bridges in our country and its tragic demise. 
- Roebling's Delaware Aqueduct ---In a remote corner of the state sits the nation's oldest standing suspension bridge. 
- Tunkhannock Rail Viaduct---An engineering marvel from 1915, the Tunkhannock Rail Viaduct amazes many to this day! 

Things Old & Abandoned: ---A variety things from the creepy and bizarre to things that aren't there anymore.
- The Abandoned Terminal @ Greater Pitt ---Now torn down, I captured images of the old terminal.
- Ghost Ramps ---They were supposed to go somewhere, but didn't. 
- Centralia---A modern-day ghost town. 

Head Elsewhere:
- Quintessential Pennsylvania ---By Doug Kerr, the companion site to PA Road Pics and More.
- Mid-Atlantic Road Photos ---An odd collection covering AL, OH, IN, TN, MS, GA and DC. 
- Mountain State Road Photos ---The Roads are just as 'Wild and Wonderful.'
- All Things NC! ---There is more to the Tar Heel State than NASCAR and ACC Basketball.
Old Dominion Roads ---Virginia is for Road Lovers
- Links---Learn More about PA from a plethora of sites.

State Highway Network:
- Pennsylvania Ends Project ---It's the site everyone is talking about. 
- Tracing the Past; PA's Decommissioned Routes ---They may be gone but not forgotten.
The Logic Behind PA's Numbering System ---It may be in shambles now; but at one time there was some sense in Pennsylvania. 

Regional Pages:
- The SWPA Roads Project ---A region that has so much to offer; it has it's own domain. 
- Eastern PA in Vidcaps ---Alex Nitzman shares his knowledge and travels from east of the Appalachians.

Pennsylvania Turnpike: ---What Road Site about PA would not be complete with its signature highway.
- 1950s PA Turnpike Postcard Slideshow ---Travel back in time with a 20 postcard slide show of the Turnpike's original splendor. 
- Abandoned Tunnels circa 1981/82 ---Travel along with Bill Symons to all three abandoned tunnels with many origianl artifacts still standing. 
- Bill Symons Postcard Collection ---In Development
- Breezewood in the Fall ---A Collection of Photos from Bernie Newman.  The abandoned PA Turnpike near Breezewood is sacred ground for all Turnpike enthusiasts.
- Breezewood in the Fall - 2004 --My own journey on the abandoned pike in 2004. 
- Holy Turnpike!!! ---St. John the Baptist Catholic Church.  Just pull off the highway, park your car, and go to church. 
- Lehigh Tunnel Construction 1989-91 ---The Lehigh Tunnels were the last of the system's tunnels to be twinned. 
- Midway Service Plaza---A detailed look at two of the original Turnpike Service Plazas and the tunnel that connects them.
- Original New Stanton Interchange Ramps ---These ramps were abandoned in 1964 when a new modern interchange opened. 
Quemahoning Tunnel ---One of the two tunnels the turnpike never built. 
- Vintage Turnpike Photos Collection ---Showcasing Turnpike Photography from 1940-1995. 

Historic Roads: ----These roads do more than just get you from here to there.
- The National Road ---America's Original Interstate Highway. 
- The Lincoln Highway ---A True Cross-section of the Commonwealth can be seen along this Coast-to-Coast Highway. 

Guestbook & Other Tidbits:
- Sign It
- View It
- You May Have Seen Me Here ---Press that I have received over the years.
- Sure, Why Not? ---The webmaster's on and off updated blog.

Of course, there is the fine here it is...Information may be used if proper credit is given to the author, photographer, etc. and permission has been given by such.  All rights reserved.  This site, last I checked, is not affiliated with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, or any other local, county, state, and/or federal government organization.  This site is a non-commercial enterprise.  It is an educational resource, and a fun hobby at that!

Page Created: October, 1998
Last Updated: November 20, 2010

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