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TURBOTVILLE - Founded 1859. Formerly "Snydertown". Renamed for Turbot Township, Turbotville is located in Pennsylvania's Upper Susquehanna Valley and Northumberland County. The historic Warrior Run Church can be found near Turbotville.  How to Get There:  


  LAWRENCEVILLE. Founded 1787. Named for Commodore James Lawrence of the United States Navy. Commodore Lawrence, also known as Captain Lawrence, died as a result of mortal wounds from a battle during the War of 1812. The Borough of Lawrenceville in northern Tioga County has a peaceful existence in comparison. Lawrenceville is a small town just south of the border with New York State and is home to picturesque Cowanesque Lake . How to Get There: Sources and Links: Borough of Lawrenceville - Welcome to Lawrenceville Borough

Logan Mills Covered Bridge

  Named after a nearby gristmill with the same name, the Logan Mills Covered Bridge is the last historic covered bridge that remains standing in Clinton County, Pennsylvania. Located about halfway between the towns of Loganton and Rebersburg, the Queenpost through truss designed covered bridge spans 63 feet across Fishing Creek in the Sugar Valley. The covered bridge is unique for having a shallow Queenpost design, which means that the supporting arch on the side of the bridge only goes halfway up the side of the bridge, rather than the whole way to the top. As a result, the shallow design actually makes the bridge less stable than covered bridges that feature the normal Queenpost design. It is one of 38 Queenpost designed covered bridges that remain in Pennsylvania. The Logan Mills Covered Bridge was built in 1874, but there is some evidence that the bridge may have been built as early as 1847. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in September 1979. It was renovat


LEXINGTON - Founded 1805. Formerly Dundee, renamed for Battle of Lexington. Located in Lancaster County, north of Lititz. How to Get There: