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  2. Pennsylvania Route 147 - Wikipedia

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    Pennsylvania Route 147 PA 147 highlighted in red, former alignment prior to July 2022 in grey Route information Maintained by PennDOT Length 58.346 mi (93.899 km) Existed 1963 –present Major junctions South end US 22 / US 322 in Reed Township Major intersections PA 225 in Halifax US 209 in Millersburg PA 61 in Sunbury US 11 / US 15 in Shamokin Dam US 15 in Union Township PA 45 in West ...

  3. U.S. Route 220 in Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    U.S. Route 220 (US 220) is a U.S. Highway that is a spur route of US 20.It runs from Rockingham, North Carolina north to South Waverly, Pennsylvania.In the state of Pennsylvania, the route runs 248 miles (399 km) from the Maryland border in Cumberland Valley Township, Bedford County northeast to an interchange with Interstate 86 (I-86)/New York State Route 17 (NY 17) in South Waverly, Bradford ...

  4. Freehold Township, New Jersey - Wikipedia

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    Freehold Township is a township in Monmouth County, New Jersey, United States.The township is both a regional commercial hub for Central New Jersey (home to the Freehold Raceway and Freehold Raceway Mall) and a bedroom community of New York City, located within the Raritan Valley region of the much larger New York Metropolitan Area.

  5. Mount Carmel, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    1929 – 1961: PA 54 via Ashland Road; 1961 – 1966: designated as PA 45 via Ashland Road; 1966 – 1999: reassigned concurrent with PA 61 east of Mount Carmel; 1999–present: route changed to follow SR 2035, PA 901, SR 2042, SR 3002, and SR 4028 to rejoin its former route along PA 61. Pennsylvania Route 901. Routed through Mount Carmel ...

  6. Gettysburg Battlefield - Wikipedia

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    Locations of military engagements extend from the 4-acre (1.6 ha) site of the first shot at Knoxlyn Ridge on the west of the borough, to East Cavalry Field on the east. A military engagement prior to the battle was conducted at the Gettysburg Railroad trestle over Rock Creek, which was burned on June 27.

  7. Interstate 93 - Wikipedia

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    Interstate 93 (I-93) is an Interstate Highway in the New England states of Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont in the United States. Spanning approximately 190 miles (310 km) along a north–south axis, it is one of three primary Interstate Highways located entirely within New England; the other two are I-89 and I-91.

  8. Trexler Nature Preserve - Wikipedia

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    The Trexler Nature Preserve is an 1,108 acre county park owned and maintained by Lehigh County in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania. The preserve is situated in Lowhill Township and North Whitehall Township and the land that comprises the preserve was originally purchased between 1901 and 1911 by local industrialist General Harry Clay Trexler.

  9. Scunthorpe Steelworks - Wikipedia

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    Iron ore production reached 248,329 tons, and iron production 31,000 tons by 1870, both rapid increases. In addition to local blast furnaces the ore was supplied to the Milton ironworks (Barnsley), Elsecar ironworks (Barnsley), the West Yorkshire Coal and Iron Company (West Ardsley), and the Park Gate Iron Company (Rotherham).