A gas station built in the 1930s in Ligonier, Pennsylvania was demolished, but not before its owner, the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor, salvaged historically significant portions of the building. The organization will use those pieces to reconstruct a front facade of the station at its museum.
Thanks to George Albrecht, who sent us a couple of photos of a trip his family took to the Grand View Ship Hotel in Pennsylvania, 60 years ago.
The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor is developing a new museum on the Lincoln Highway in an 1815 stone house east of Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
In this entry of the Preserving York blog, Blake Stough writes about a Lincoln Highway concrete marker on East Market Street in York, Pennsylvania that has been missing since it was hit by a car in 2009. He also wonders about an old stone marker that appears to be a mileage marker.
The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor is hosting a talk by Glenn Smeltzer on the West Penn Railways, an interurban streetcar system in Westmoreland and Fayette counties in Pennsylvania. The talk will be at the Lincoln Highway Experience in Latrobe, Pennsylvania on Saturday, August 5, at 2:00 PM.
The Lincoln Highway Experience in Latrobe, Pennsylvania will a host a presentation by Richard Stoner on his Lincoln Highway photographs, on Sunday, May 6 at 2 PM. Reservations are recommended.
Jamie, a blogger from Ohio, has been posting her travels along “the greatest road across the U.S.A.” in her blog, My Lincoln Highway. Currently, her trips have been concentrated in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
The Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor has released a mobile-optimized web site, www.lincolnhighwayexperience.org, for connecting travelers on the go with destinations along the Lincoln Highway in western Pennsylvania.
An old diner is being restored to its 1930s glory and will become the focal part of the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor’s Lincoln Highway Experience Museum, being built in Unity, Pennsylvania.
Several Republican senators, arguing that spending for “transportation enhancements” should be cut, exaggerated and misrepresented some projects that have received such funding, including the Lincoln Highway Roadside Museum in Pennsylvania.