Pennsylvania Roads - PA 772
EB into Mount Joy, where PA 772 takes the long way through by heading northeast to PA 230, then cuts due west before turning northeast again. There's a direct connection that would avoid the 230 duplex, but it was only recently converted into a viable through route by replacing the former narrow, substandard railroad bridge. This wider bridge has been here for quite some time.
Continuing east to Manheim, which is notable for two things: a lot of old and pretty buildings, and a lot of new and ugly shields. The church is the 1896 Trinity United Evangelical, and the clock is just around the corner from where PA 772 joins PA 72.
PA 772 turns left at this very sign at a traffic signal, at PA 501 in Lititz. That part is comical, because it's trying to tell you that you will find PA 772 WB at the next signal to the left, which is really not necessary here.
Church Square SB from E. Main St. in Lititz.
I think this is the only Intercourse keystone not on PA 340. PA 772 EB ends here, so there is no next town/distance.
PA 772 - Unbuilt PA 23 (Goat Path) Interchange
Onto PA 72
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