1813 Turnpike – Stone Arch Bridge

On a road trip in Pennsylvania last week, we came across a 207 year-old bridge spanning “Jacks Creek” in Lewiston, (located roughly in the center of each map image below.) It was constructed as part of the increasingly important “Harrisburg to Pittsburgh Turnpike.

Thanks for viewing and comments are always welcome. Zoom in for a closer look. M 🙂

9 thoughts on “1813 Turnpike – Stone Arch Bridge

  1. Anonymous

    I could have done without the Fed Ex truck there also. Thought about making THAT disappear with post processing…but I’m a little lazy tonight! M 🙂

  2. I didn’t even notice the Fed Ex truck at first, how funny, I only saw the bridge. I do that with my own photos, you never know what is going to show up in the backgrounds.

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