Re-Inventing the Perfectly Pennsylvania Keystone Marker
COORDINATES: 40.048339, -75.437118 (approximate)
DISTANCE TO NEXT: Unknown what was on marker
EXPLANATION OF NAME: Formerly Reeseville, Renamed For Welsh Mountains
STATUS: No longer exists. Known from old photos that show at least one marker on what was the "Old Lincoln Highway" (U.S. Route 30). This is now called Old Lancaster Road. Marker appears in photos to be just west of a railroad underpass. Marker is highlighted in the older photos by a red box. Period photos from the R.C. Maxwell Company Outdoor Advertising Collection at Duke University. Marker was also noted in N.Clair Clawer's 1970 "Guide of Pennsylvania Towns".
Photo from R.C. Maxwell Collection at Duke Univ.
Top Photo from R.C. Maxwell Collection at Duke Univ. Current photo of site by G. Prichard.