RT. 30 (PA) FROM LATROBE TO LAUGHLINTOWN
A PICTORIAL JOURNEY
Often while a passenger in the car I use the sports setting on my camera, often achieving some pretty good pictures.
On June 14, 2013, I shot scenes through the car window while traveling east on the Lincoln Highway, Rt. 30, between Latrobe and Laughlintown in Pennsylvania. Monte drove the car at 50-plus miles as I shot the following photographs. I invite you to take this journey with me as you view the following photographs.
Rt. 30 at the western edge of Latrobe, with a view of the Chestnut Ridge
An airplane landing at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport
Vehicles behind this truck are being watched…
Rt. 30 coming to the “cut” through the Chestnut Ridge
Getting closer to the “cut” through the Chestnut Ridge
The Hollow Tavern…in want of a restaurant tenant
Continuing through the cut in the Chestnut Ridge
Traveling toward the Laurel Ridge
Passing the entrance to Idlewild Amusement Park
No longer in the “cut”…In Ligonier with the Laurel Ridge in the distance
Fort Ligonier at the intersection of Rts. 30 and 711
The intersection of Rts. 30 and 381
Coming into Laughlintown
When photographing while riding many pictures are missed along the way. However, I hope you enjoyed the journey along this short west to east stretch of the Lincoln Highway (Rt. 30) through the phots I did manage to take.
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