Unknown. No maker of stream markers has been determined.
Pehaps the most extensively "repaired" marker ever. A portion of the well broken marker was installed on the new highway bridge here by the contractor by inserting it into a wooden post. KMT repaired the marker using pieces of others too badly broken for restoration. The post this marker is on was formerly at the Juniata River bridge in Newport. Reinstalled at the south end of the bridge by Carroll Township in 2013. Sadly the sign was hit by a passing vehicle and rebroken. Repaired again, this time by the Township and KMT, the post and marker were reinstalled in 2019 by PennDot at the north end of the Rt. 34 bridge.
2008 photo by J. Graham shows badly damaged marker as placed on new bridge.
2012 photo by J. Graham shows marker under repair
July 2013 photo by J. Graham shows marker at south end of bridge
Nov 2019 photo by J. Graham shows marker relocated to north end of bridge
Nov. 2019 photo by J. Graham
PA Routes 34/850 at Shermansdale
Typical double-sided stream marker on top-mount post