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      • Chambersburg, United States (7)
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      • Schellsburg, United States (2)
      • Saint Thomas, United States (2)
      • Gettysburg, United States (2)
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      Dunkle's GulfMarch 21, 2012
      Gas Station / Garage
      • Bedford, United States

      You may know that this 1933 filling station still offers full-service to its customers, but do you know what kind of architecture the station boasts? Take a picture and check out our exhibit.

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      Timberlink Golf CourseMarch 21, 2012
      Golf Course
      • Ligonier, United States

      Idlewild Park is the third oldest Park in the country; when did it open? Swing by our interpretive exhibit for the answer and see if your favorite amusement park ride is featured on our gas pump.

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      Deaner Funeral HomeMarch 21, 2012
      Funeral Home
      • Stoystown, United States

      What role did boy scouts play in the early Lincoln Highway? One of the scouts shares some of his memories from 1928 on our exhibit.

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      Ligonier Town HallMarch 21, 2012
      City Hall
      • Ligonier, United States

      At this site you can see one of the few remaining cement Lincoln Highway markers. You can also read about Ligonier native Hadley Martin's early memories of the Highway.

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      United States Post OfficeMarch 21, 2012
      Post Office
      • Chambersburg, United States

      In 1928, Boy Scouts helped install concrete markers identifying the Lincoln Highway. Swing by our interpretive exhibit to find out how many were installed across the entire route.

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      Altland HouseMarch 21, 2012
      American
      • Abbottstown, United States

      Before you go in for a bite or a night's rest, see our interpretive exhibit and find out what two automobile industrialists formed the Lincoln Highway Association in 1913.

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      Totem Pole PlayhouseMarch 21, 2012
      Theater
      • Fayetteville, United States

      Before you take in a performance, stop by our interpretive exhibit to find out who the other two 'famous' actors, besides Jean Stapleton, were that performed here.

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      Historic Round Barn and Farm MarketMarch 21, 2012
      Farmer's Market
      • Biglerville, United States

      Yes, it is really round, and has a diameter of how many feet? Check out our interpretive exhibit for the answer and our gas pump which was painted by artist Lisa Reed.

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      Aero Energy FuelDecember 10, 2010
      Gas Station / Garage
      • New Oxford, United States

      Appropriately enough, one of our gas pumps is here. See our exhibit to find out what brand of petroleum products the Aero Oil Company, which was incorporated in 1928, distributed.

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      New Oxford Town SquareDecember 10, 2010
      Plaza
      • New Oxford, United States

      Preparing for the 1928 concrete mile marker installation, an ‘advance party’ traveled the Lincoln Highway. See what letter is on the marker in the square, then our exhibit in the southwest corner.

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      New Oxford Train StationDecember 10, 2010
      Train Station
      • New Oxford, United States

      Stop by our exhibit to find out what president traveled on this rail line in November 1863.

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      Quality Inn at General Lee's HeadquartersDecember 10, 2010
      Motel
      • Gettysburg, United States

      In 1938, this tourist camp site offered seven cabins each with a bath, shower, steam heat, and beds with innerspring mattresses. Discover what the charge was for these amenities and see our gas pump.

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      US Post OfficeDecember 10, 2010
      Post Office
      • McKnightstown, United States

      That's just one of our gas pumps, but find out from our exhibit how many different brands of gasoline were dispensed here from real pumps when this was a general store.

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      Cashtown InnDecember 10, 2010
      B & B
      • Cashtown, United States

      Check out our exhibit to discover what blockbuster movie was filmed here.

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      Caledonia State ParkDecember 10, 2010
      Park
      • Fayetteville, United States

      See our exhibits to learn how many sandwiches were served here in 1921 during the Good Roads Jubilee and by what other means could people travel from Caledonia Park to Chambersburg.

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      Dodie'sDecember 10, 2010
      Diner
      • Chambersburg, United States

      Before you chow down, swing by our exhibits to find out what this location was first home to in the region, how much a banana split cost in 1964, and see our gas pump which has a fitting theme.

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      Chambersburg Town SquareDecember 10, 2010
      Plaza
      • Chambersburg, United States

      See our exhibit in the southeast corner to discover when Chambersburg was burned by Confederate Troops. With the beautiful square as a backdrop, stop to “Picture Yourself on the Lincoln Highway”.

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      Capitol TheatherDecember 10, 2010
      Theater
      • Chambersburg, United States

      The Capitol Theatre still entertains residents and visitors with an original three-manual, 14-rank, Moller theatre pipe organ. Stop by our exhibit to find out when it was manufactured.

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      Ice Cream StationDecember 10, 2010
      Ice Cream
      • Chambersburg, United States

      Did you know that this ice cream establishment was once home in the 1920s & 1030s to a popular filling station? Find out the station’s name from our exhibit and you can't miss our gas pump.

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      The New Oak Forest RestaurantDecember 10, 2010
      American
      • Saint Thomas, United States

      During the Lincoln Highway Era, how many different motor tourist cabin courts were located in Franklin County? See our exhibit for the answer and our gas pump which is a tribute to native Nellie Fox.

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