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PA-WV-MD Border Marker; Well Not Really!
Posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member kbarhow
N 39° 43.269 W 079° 28.380
17S E 630875 N 4397922
Quick Description: This marker was placed in 1885, at what was thought to be the point where Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Maryland came together. Also known as the Sinclair Stone, after the surveyor who placed it for the US Coast & Geodetic Survey.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 10/17/2009 4:32:11 PM
Waymark Code: WM7F7A
Views: 21

Long Description:
The actual border crossing for the three states is west of here, but within walking distance. A bit of a trip in from the main road, but we did it in a 2WD SUV. The stone has been vandalized over the years by souvenir hunters, and is a bit odd shaped. Pretty cool site.
Type Of Crossing: State/Region

Where is the border located?: Not listed

Welcome Center/Facilities: Not listed

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