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  2. Danville State Hospital - Wikipedia

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    Danville State Hospital for the mentally ill, located one mile (1.6 km) southeast of Danville, Pennsylvania, opened in 1872 as the "State Hospital for the Insane at Danville". The hospital's Main Building, which was designed by John McArthur, Jr., was a Kirkbride Plan hospital building. By September 30, 1873, 138 male and 72 female patients had ...

  3. Horton Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Geography. The township is in the south-central part of Elk County, bordered to the southwest by Jefferson County and to the southeast by Clearfield County.According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 57.1 square miles (147.8 km 2), of which 57.0 square miles (147.6 km 2) is land and 0.1 square miles (0.2 km 2), or 0.16%, is water.

  4. Logan, Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Logan is a neighborhood in the upper North Philadelphia section of the city of Philadelphia, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The majority of the neighborhood falls within the 19141 zip code, but some of it falls within 19140 (Hunting Park ZIP Code). The neighborhood is sometimes confused with the Olney neighborhood of Philadelphia.

  5. Philadelphia Lazaretto - Wikipedia

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    The Philadelphia Lazaretto was the first quarantine hospital in the United States, built in 1799, in Tinicum Township, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. [3] The site was originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape, and then the first Swedish settlers. Nearby Province Island was the site of the confinement of the Christian Moravian Indians who were ...

  6. Interstate 76 (Ohio–New Jersey) - Wikipedia

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    Interstate 76 I-76 highlighted in red Route information Maintained by ODOT, OTIC, PTC, PennDOT, DRPA, and NJDOT Length 434.87 mi (699.86 km) Existed 1964 –present Major junctions West end I-71 / US 224 near Westfield Center, OH Major intersections I-77 in Akron, OH I-80 / Ohio Turnpike near Youngstown, OH I-79 / US 19 in Cranberry Township, PA I-70 in New Stanton, PA I-99 US 220 Bus. in ...

  7. John Harris Bridge - Wikipedia

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    Location. The John Harris Bridge is a steel girder multilane highway bridge that carries Interstate 83 and the Capital Beltway across the Susquehanna River at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, connecting the East and West Shores of metropolitan Harrisburg. It is primarily used by commuters and local services, including the extensive local trucking ...

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  9. Conemaugh Generating Station - Wikipedia

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    The Conemaugh Generating Station is a 1,872 MW baseload coal -powered plant located on 1,750 acres (710 ha), across the Conemaugh River from New Florence in Western Pennsylvania . The power plant will close by or before December 31, 2028, as a result of a new federal wastewater rule that prohibits coal power plants from dumping toxic elements ...