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Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania, is tucked deep into a steep valley in the Poconos.

Boulder Field, National Natural Landmark, at Hickory Run State Park, PA

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The Delaware Water Gap, East Stroudsburg, PA

Susquehanna River from above - near Sunbury, PA

Mural on the side of the original Planters Peanuts building in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. The building was torn down by a developer in 2006.

A favorite Victorian home in Tunkhannock, PA.

Lisa Lewis Victorian era lecturer & traveling antique museum

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Horseshoe Curve, Altoona, PA This is the famous Horseshoe Curve for the Pennsylvania Railroad. This is how the trains get up over the Allegheny Mountains in central PA. There have been steps to clime to the rail site and now there is a tram. Any way you get there, it is very exciting to be there when a train goes by and they do so often.

beautiful waterfall in Rickett's Glen State Park, PA

Waterfall, Rickett\'s Glen Pennsylvania - SMACart.com

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Little Grand Canyon, Wellsboro Pa

The pinnacle overlook, Susquehanna river.

Longwood Gardens - Pennsylvania

Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Founding Father, a photo from Pennsylvania, Northeast | TrekEarth

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The ruffed grouse was designated the official state bird of Pennsylvania in 1931. Sometimes called the Partridge, the Ruffed Grouse is one of 10 species of grouse native to North America, ranging mostly in regions where snow is an important part of the winter scene (consistently covering the ground from late November to at least late March). The Ruffed Grouse is a hearty bird which thrives during severe winters that decimate flocks of quail, pheasants, and turkeys.

Pennsylvania State Bird - Ruffed Grouse

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The Lincoln Highway: Coast to Coast from Times Square to the Golden Gate

The excursion steam locomotive traveled the Kinzua Viaduct, in the Allegheny National Forest, as recently as 2002 (1 yr before a tornado destroyed it).

The Kinzua Viaduct after the tornado - Allegheny National Forest, Mt. Jewett, PA

Horseshoe Curve

Things Is Cool: Horseshoe Curve | Altoona, Pennsylvania

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