Addison Toll House, Addison, PA
Posted by: kbarhow
N 39° 44.784 W 079° 20.089
17S E 642667 N 4400936
Quick Description: Former toll house for the Cumberland Road, which became part of the National Road. One of two remaining structures in Pennsylvania.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 12/29/2008 6:54:18 AM
Waymark Code: WM5EQY
Before it was Route 40, and before it was part of the National Road, and before it was the Cumberland Road, it was part of Braddock’s Road. And before that it was part of Nemocolin's Trail or the Wilderness Trail. Nicely preserved old dressed stone building built in 1835, when the state took over the toll road. You can miss it is you are on the current alignment, though the historical sign is on Route 40.
Significant Interest: Other
Milestone / Marker: Other
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