ROAD SIGNS OF PENNSYLVANIA

All photos taken by Mark O'Neil unless otherwise noted

Created January 15, 2002

INTERSTATE SIGNS

(July 2000) York, PA. Pennsylvania appears to be putting the state name back on its interstate signs. Now all we need to see is an I-99 sign with Pennsylvania on it (Photo by Alex Nitzman).

Another interstate sign with PENNSYLVANIA (Photo by Joe Koehler).

US HIGHWAY SIGNS

Embosssed US highway sign from the 20's or 30's. This sign is not reflective and does not appear to have ever been used. (Collection of Robert Edgar).

STATE HIGHWAY SIGNS

(July 2000) Lancaster, PA. Current Pennsylvania route markers showing the use of an extended keystone for three-digit signs (Photo by Alex Nitzman).

Very old state route marker. Pennsylvania used the "ROUTE" logo from the mid 1920's through 1937 or 1938 according to official highway maps. The 1939 official highway map shows a cutout keystone sign with a "PENNA" logo. The PENNA signs were used into the 1950's. (My collection)

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