darthfadar Posted August 19, 2007 Report Share Posted August 19, 2007 Again, as a kid, I got the opportunity to travel with my dad from upstate NY into Pennsylvania. I was impressed with the tunnels that the Turnpike traveled through. Some of these are now abandoned. Now, I know I traveled through some of these tunnels & remember water seeping through the ceiling tiles. My imagination would let me believe that a lake full of water was about to break through any time, I prayed we'd make through before the water rushed down... Anyway, I have found a few websites about abandoned portions of the Turnpike, including some tunnels. The Turnpike is not exactly a classic American road. But, it was built as a toll road way before the 1956 Interstate Act. I hope you enjoy this website, as much as I have. http://www.pahighways.com/toll/abandonedturnpike.html Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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