March† 2023† -† Like hundreds of Pennsylvania towns, Dushore, a town along U.S. Route 220 in Sullivan County, once had at least two Keystone Marker town name signs.† Both were believed to be long gone.† However, a property owner along the road recently unearthed not only one of the markers, but also the original cast…
From the Armstrong County ‘Leader Times’: Route 422 travelers see signs of the past
Follow-up article regarding the Brackenridge Keystone Marker.
Click here to read the article published Sunday, July 5, 2015. Keystone Markers give insights about towns but have fallen victim to time, theft or traffic accidents
Check out page 15 of PennDOT’s October 2013 E-Digest for a shout out to KMT! View the newsletter, with KMT article on p. 15 (2.1 MB PDF)
The people of Arendtsville proudly unveiled the Commonwealth’s newest Keystone Marker. Special thanks to Ferd Prehn for leading the effort to restore this treasured piece of Pennsylvania past. Read the article (241 KB PDF)
Robeson Township, Berks County, just put in place two new Keystone Markers in Seyfert. Congratulations to the people of Robeson Township and the village of Seyfert! Thank you to Glenva Kohl and Tom Keim!
Watch this video produced by the Gettysburg Area High School Technology Students Association, who restored one of the town’s markers in partnership with KMT. Good work!
One of several Gettysburg markers known to exist but in need of refurbishment and re-erection now greets visitors to this famous PA town, thanks to the Gettysburg Area High School. Read the article (696 KB PDF)
A recent article in the Pottstown Mercury features the Keystone Markers, both old and new. Read on! Read the article (58 KB PDF)