Re-Inventing the Perfectly Pennsylvania Keystone Marker
West Lebanon (Indiana – 15)
COORDINATES: 40.602602, -79.353990 (approximate location where marker has been reinstalled)
DISTANCE TO NEXT: Indiana - 15 (Reverse side has "Apollo" as next town.)
EXPLANATION OF NAME: Named By Former Residents of County Seat of Lebanon County
MANUFACTURER: No manufacturer of these double-sided markers has been determined.
SHAPE: Standard double-sided more commonly found on Stream name markers.
STATUS: These top-mounted double-sided "town" markers appear to be unique to Indiana County. This one was stolen several years ago and only the empty post remained. Marker was found for sale in Dec. 2018 in a Bucks County PA antique shop.. It has been restored by KMT and was installed in Oct. 2019. Also note the atypical former paint scheme. Property owner where marker was originally located had saved the post and had reinstalled it at a PennDot approved location.
1975 photo by Fred Yenerall
December 2018 photo by JGl
Post reinstalled by adjacent property owners May 2019