Pennsylvania Route 452 stems north from U.S. 13 in the borough of Marcus Hook to PA 352 at Lima in Delaware County. 7.1 miles long, PA 452 follows Market Street from Marcus Hook to Linwood in Lower Chichester township and interchanges with I-95 and U.S. 322 in Upper Chichester township. North through Aston, PA 452 (Pennell Road) continues to Village Green. Crossing Chester Creek to Glen Riddle, PA 452 (S Pennell Road) in Middletown township intersects U.S. 1 ahead of PA 352 (Middletown Road) at Barren Road (SR 4004).
Pennsylvania Route 452 North
The first confirming marker for PA 452 stands along Market Street between U.S. 13 and 11th Street in Trainer. 07/27/07
The bridge spanning AMTRAK and the Norfolk Southern Railroad line along PA 452 in Marcus Hook was replaced during a $19.95 million project. Completed in Fall 2019, the new 343 foot long bridge replaced a 655 foot long concrete span built in 1925.1 07/27/07
Market Street advances north to Ridge Road (SR 3006) in Lower Chichester township. 07/27/07
Chichester Avenue (SR 3009) branches northwest from PA 452 to Boothwyn. 07/27/07
Laughead Avenue (SR 3008) leads east from PA 452 (Market Street) to Trainer and Chester. 07/27/07
PA 452 enters Upper Chichester township north of Laughead Avenue. 07/27/07
PA 452 expands to four lanes through a parclo interchange (Exit 2) with Interstate 95. 07/27/07
Interstate 95 travels north from PA 452 to Philadelphia. 07/27/07
A loop ramp follows from PA 452 north for Interstate 95 south to Wilmington, Delaware. 07/27/07
Pennsylvania Route 452 South
Approaching PA 452 (Market Street) on Chichester Avenue in Linwood. 07/27/07
PA 452 (Market Street) converges with Chichester Avenue (SR 3009) at Linwood ahead of the intersection with Ridge Road (SR 3006). Ridge Road was a part of U.S. 13 Bypass between Claymont, Delaware and Chester until 1965. 07/27/07
PA 452 spans AMTRAK and the Norfolk Southern Railroad on a viaduct leading Market Street into the borough of Marcus Hook. 07/27/07
U.S. 13 follows 10th Street through Marcus Hook and Post Road in neighboring Trainer. 07/27/07
Market Street extends from the south end of PA 452 to Market Square Memorial Park along the Delaware Riverfront. 07/27/07

Sources:
  1. Route 452 (Market Street) Bridge Replacement. Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), project web site.


Photo Credits:

07/27/07 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 95
U.S. 1
U.S. 13
U.S. 322

Page Updated 01-16-2021.

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