Pennsylvania Roads - US 11 - Exeter and S.
US 11, Exeter and south
NB at the southernmost route (or one of them, anyway) in PA.
SB from Greencastle to State Line, past Exit 3 of I-81.
The architecture of the center of Chambersburg, where US 11 meets US 30 (now only the WB side, though).
Newer and older historical signs in rapid-fire succession, SB.
Continuing north with two more of Lou's photos, NB past an old sign with outdated arrows at PA 997 to an old sign with an arrow well past its prime on the ramp to the PA Turnpike. It doesn't look like the EAST and the I-76 shield were born at the same time - actually, the state-name shield looks newer than its banners.
SB, another historical sign and a misinformed junction on a route US 11 is already shared with. That accounts for two 11/641 intersections, and the east end of PA 641 is a third (on US 11/15).
Turnpike trailblazers, also SB.
Old SB signs leaving the Harrisburg area.
Southbound sunrise over the Susquehanna River, with Sunbury to the east. The red-lit bridge in the background is PA 61.
SB in Northumberland. US 11 turns left in the first photo, then joins PA 147 NB in the second photo. The mismatched pair breaks up three blocks later.
SB across Fishing Creek between PA 42 trumpet interchanges (i.e. on the multiplex). Obviously, the SB side came first.
SB at Market St. in Bloomsburg.
PennDOT copies RIDOT, southbound. Click the second photo for a daylight version.
NB from Berwick to Shickshinny. Moral to Sam and his aggregate - don't mess with history.
NB before and after PA 29 (the concurrency is between the first two photos - see the big link at bottom).
Bennett St. WB in Kingston. This random button copy is courtesy nearby PA 309.
NB in this town.
Continue north on US 11
Onto US 11/15
Back to US 11 main page
Into Maryland on US 11
Onto US 30
Onto PA 641
Onto PA 147
Back to Pennsylvania Roads
Back to Roads