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Pennsylvania United States #40 Highway Guide

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0.0
Pennsylvania-West Virginia State Line
From Valley Grove, WV, US Highway 40 crosses the West Virginia-Pennsylvania state line to begin its route in the state of Pennsylvania.
0.7
1.1
West Alexander, PA
Community of West Alexander, PA. - West Alexander Park (US Highway 40).
6.3
10.1
Pennsylvania State Highway 231
South to East Finley Township, PA. North to Independence Township, PA. NOTE: Short overlap with US Highway 40 to the east.
6.5
10.5
Pennsylvania State Highway 231
NOTE: End of brief concurrency with US Highway 40. North to community of Claysville, PA. - Claysville No. 1 Reservoir (fishing); and Independence Township, PA (limited services).
9.0
14.5
Sunset Beach Road
North to Buffalo Township Ballfield (N Sunset Beach Rd, Buffalo Township, PA). South to Buffalo Township Swimming Pool.
9.7
15.6
McGuffey Drive
North to Buffalo Township Football Field (Buffalo Township, PA): football field, tennis courts, parking.
10.3
16.6
Pennsylvania State Highway 221
Northwest to the community of Taylorstown, PA. - Taylorstown Park (Buffalo Creek Rd): baseball/softball fields, open spaces. - Taylorstown Historic District (Main Street). South to the community of Prospertiy, PA. - Historic bridges include: Bailey Covered Bridge (Amity, PA) and Hughes Covered Bridge (Park Road), both built in 1899 and spans Ten Mile Creek; and Day Covered Bridge (Covered Bridge Road).
14.7
23.6
US Interstate Highway 70
South to North Franklin Township, PA. - Number 1 & 2 Reservoir (Washington West, PA) - fishing. - Consol Energy Park (One Washington Federal Way, Washington, PA): a baseball-only stadium w/c seats 3,200. North to the city of Washington, PA.
16.2
26.1
Pennsylvania State Highway 18
North to the community of Langeloth, PA. - Langeloth Ballfield (Langeloth Road): baseball/softball field. - Zinc Dam Reservoir (Avela, PA) - fishing; and the community of Burgettstown, PA. - Burgettstown Community Park (Bavington Road): ballfields, trees. NOTE: Briefly overlaps US Highway 40 to the south-east.
16.3
26.3
Pennsylvania State Highway 136
To the east, goes through the city of Washington, PA and the community of East Washington, PA. - East Washington Historic District. - East Washington Borough Park (Thayer Street): playground, picnic pavilion, playground equipment.
16.8
27.0
Pennsylvania State Highway 18
NOTE: PA State Highway 18 exits US Highway 40. Goes south-west-south to North Franklin Township, PA.
17.0
27.3
US Highway 19
To the north travels through the city of Washington, PA.
17.0
27.4
US Highway 19
North to the city of Washington, PA. - Washington Park (283 Dunn Ave, Tel. 724-228-2812): swimming pool, log cabin, baseball field, pavilions, play equipment, tennis courts, playground. - Brooks Park (6th St & Central Ave): softball field; and the community of Thomsponville, PA. - Arrowhead Trail (a part of the Montour Trail) runs Thompsonville (US Highway 19) to Brush Run Road. NOTE: East overlap with US Highway 40.
18.0
28.9
Dunn Avenue
North to Washington Park (283 Dunn Avenue, Washington, PA, Tel. 724-228-281).
18.7
30.1
Laboratory, PA
Community of Laboratory, PA. - Streator Park (Streator Ave): open space, play equipment.
19.0
30.5
US Highway 19
South to Amwell Township, PA. - Amwell Township Park (Mankey Lane): softball/baseball fields, open space.
19.4
31.2
US Interstate Highway 79
North-northwest to the city of Washington, PA. South to Washington Township, PA. - Washington Township Park (Dunn Station Road). - Kunkle Park (285 Pine Run Chruch, Rd, Apollo, PA, Tel. 724-727-3515): walking trail, baseball fields, playground, sand volleyball courts, picnic pavilions, public restroom.
20.3
32.7
Moses Little Tavern
Historic building on 438 E. National Pike, Amwell Township, Laboratory, PA.
21.9
35.2
South Strobane, PA
Community of South Strobane, PA. - Billy Bell Park (Manse St): soccer field, walking trail, exercise stations, baseball/softball fields, playground equipment, picnic tables, restrooms, basketball court, handicap-access.
23.6
37.9
Pennsylvania State Highway 519
Community of Glyde, PA (limited services). PA State Highway 519 proceeds north to the community of Eighty Four, PA. - Eighty Four Lumber Company Park: open spaces, softball/baseball field. - Eighty Four Youth Park (Roupe Rd): baseball/softball fields, pavilion, trees.
27.3
43.9
Pennsylvania State Highway 917
East to the community of Cokeburg, PA. - Cokeburg Park (Washington St/Madison St/Alley E): ballfield. - Cokeburg Reservoir (fishing); and the community of Ellsworth, PA. - Ellsworth Community Park (S Main St): play equipment, baseball/softball field, basketball courts. - Ellsworth Ballfield (Oak St): soccer/football field.
28.4
45.7
Scenery Hill, PA
Community of Scenery Hill, PA. - Scenery Hill Historic District. Historic sites include Hill's Tavern and Ringland Tavern.
31.6
50.8
Beallsville, PA
Community of Beallsville, PA. - Beallsville Historic District. Limited services.
33.0
53.1
Richeyville, PA
Community of Richeyville, PA. Limited services.
34.7
55.8
Centreville, PA
Community of Centreville, PA. - Centreville Historic District.
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56.2
Pennsylvania State Highway 481
North to Centerville, PA; West Pike Run Township, PA (limited services); and Fallowfield Township, PA. - Fallowfield Township Municipal Park (off PA State Highway 481): baseball fields, snack bar, pavilion. - Fallowfield Township Recreation Park: picnicking, scenic viewing, pavilion.
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60.8
Pennsylvania State Highways 43/88
PA State Highway 43 heads north to the community of California, PA. - California Boro Ballfield (Pennsylvania Ave): baseball/softball fields. - Rotary Park (High Point Dr): soccer/football field, walking/jogging track; and the community of Coal Center, PA (limited services). PA State Highway 88 takes on a south-west route to the communities of Vestaburg, PA. - Vestaburg Ballfield (6th St): softball/baseball field; and North Fredericktown, PA. - Historic Horn Davis Overholtzer Bridge. NOTE: East overlap with US Highway 40.
39.2
63.1
Pennsylvania State Highway 88
NOTE: PA State Highway 88 ends its concurrency with US Highway 40. North to Roadman Park (California Rd, California, PA): football field, softball/baseball diamonds, tennis courts, soccer fields, open spaces; and the community of California, PA.
39.6
63.7
Blainsburg, PA/West Brownsville, PA
Communities of West Brownsville, PA (limited services) and Blainsburg, PA. - American Legion Ballpark (William St/Middle St).
39.7
63.9
Monongahela River
Crossing.
40.1
64.5
Brownsville, PA
Community of Brownsville, PA. - Historic St. Peter's Church (Church St) and Bowman's Castle (Front Street). - Nemacolin Castle (136 Front St): ghost tours, psychic sleepovers.
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66.3

NOTE: US Highway 40 branches out from its main route on Roadstone Way, then rejoins its principal route on National Pike Road.
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66.5
Pennsylvania State Highway 166
South to the community of Republic, PA. - Merrittstown Athletic Field (Greinski St): open space. - Merrittstown Ballfield (Academy Road): baseball/softball field, basketball court. - Tower Hill Athletic Field (Tower Hill Road): softball/baseball field.
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69.1

NOTE: US Highway 40 separates from its primary route; goes northwest and rejoins the main route on Grindstone Road.
46.5
74.9
Searight Herbert Road
South to Patsy's Lake (345 Searights Herbert Road, Uniontown, PA, Tel. 724-245-2737): fishing, tournaments.
48.9
78.7
Haddenville Road
West to Dunlap Creek Park (Storey Point Road, Menallen Township, PA): lake, playground, meadows, boating, basketball field, fishing.
51.3
82.6
US Highways 119/40
NOTE: US Highway 40 leaves its main route and goes east to the city of Uniontown, PA - Bailey Park (Dunbar St): ballfields. - Mt. Saint Macrina (500 W Main St, Tel. 724-438-8644): Ruthenian Byzantine Catholics' pilgrimage site, largest in North America. - Uniontown Athletic Field (S Grant St): open area, football field. To the northeast, US Highway 119 goes to the community of Oliver, PA (limited services); and the community of Dunbar, PA. - Dunbar Ballfield (Fireman Drive). NOTE: To the south, US Highway 119 overlaps US Highway 40.
51.8
83.3
Pennsylvania State Highway 21
East intersection with US Highway 40. West to South Uniontown Ballfield (Duck Hollow Rd, Uniontown, PA), and the community of McClellandtown, PA. - Revere Ballfield (Penn St).
52.6
84.6
South Uniontown Athletic Ballfield
East of US Highway 40.
54.2
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US Highway 119/43
NOTE: US Highway separates from US Highway 40. Overlaps PA State Highway 43 to the south. US Highway 119 goes to the community of Smithfield, PA. - Smithfield Ballfield (Fox Hollow Road): ballfields. PA State Highway 43 proceeds to the community of Haydentown PA. Nearby is State Game Lands No. 138.
54.4
87.5
Morgantown Road
North to the community of Leith-Hatfield, PA. Nearest attractions are in Uniontown, PA.
55.9
90.0
Stadium Drive
North to Meadowbrook Ballfield (Stadium Drive/1st Street, Hutchinson, PA): ballfield. South to Hutchinson Recreation Area (Stadium Drive, Hutchinson, PA): lake, baseball/softball fields, picnic tables.
56.3
90.6
Old Furnace Road
Old Furnace Road, off Redstone Furnace Road, northeast to the community of Hopwood, PA. - Hopwood Ballfield.
61.8
99.5
Chalk-Hill-Ohiopyle Road
North-east to Deer Lake (Fort Necessity, PA): fishing.
63.3
101.8
Braddocks Grave Pennsylvania State Park
East of US Highway 40.
64.1
103.1
Fort Necessity National Battlefield
South of highway; on One Washington Parkway, Farmington, PA, Tel. 724-329-5512): national battlefield locale; Battle of Fort Necessity (July 3, 1754); Visitor Center, outdoor exhibits, hiking trails, guided tours, Braddock's Grave.
64.7
104.2
Fort Necessity Pennsylvania State Park
South of US Highway 40.
65.8
105.9
Pennsylvania State Highway 381
To the south, PA State Highway 381 terminates at the Pennsylvania-West Virginia state line. NOTE: Brief overlap, about 100m, with US Highway 40 to the east, after which it turns north.
66.1
106.4
New Meadow Run Drive
South to Farmington Ballfields (New Meadow Run Drive, Farmington, PA): baseball/softball fields, tennis courts.
68.2
109.8
Dinner Bell/Sr2011 Rd
East to State Game Lands No. 265. South to Lake Courage (Heritage Reservation, Farmington, PA): swimming, motorboating, sailing (small boat),rowing, fishing, canoeing, water-skiing.
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118.1
Pennsylania State Highway 281
South to the community of Markleysburg, PA. Limited services. NOTE: Very brief overlap (about 400m) to the east with US Highway 40.
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118.5
Pennsylvania State Highway 281
North-east to the community of Confluence, PA (jct of Casselman River, Laurel Hill Creek and Youghiogheny River). Recreational activities include boating, fishing, hiking on nearby Mt. Davis (Pennsylvania's highest point).
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Youghiogheny River Lake, PA
Crossing.
79.5
127.9
Addison, PA
Community of Addison, PA. Limited services.
80.5
129.6
Pennsylvania State Highway 523
North-west-north to a junction with PA State Highway 281, in the community of Confluence, PA.
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132.7
Pennsylvania-Maryland State Line
End of US Highway 40's route in the state of Pennsylvania. Crosses the Pennsylvania-Maryland State Highway and becomes MD US Highway 40. LD11e