Route 616

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PA 616 travels 14.9 miles south from U.S. 30, west of York, to Glen Rock, Shrewsbury and an end at PA 851 in Railroad. The route lies wholly within York County to the west of Interstate 83.

Pennsylvania Route 616 South
Baltimore Street splits from PA 616 (Pleasant Valley Road) just outside of Glen Rock and loops across the South Branch of Codorus Creek into Seitzland. 06/05/05
Fissels Church Road winds west from PA 616 (Pleasant Valley Road) to PA 216 (Sticks Road) by Rocky Ridge. 06/05/05
PA 616 turns east from Fissels Church Road to cross the South Branch of Codorus Creek. 06/05/05
Motorists along PA 616 pass over the South Branch Codorus Creek and under the first of two stone arch bridges carrying the Heritage Rail Trail. The rail trail was established in 1992 along a 21 mile stretch of the former Northern Central Railroad. It connects with the North Central Railroad Trail in Maryland. 06/05/05
PA 616 and the Heritage Rail Trail switch places again ahead of the borough of Railroad. 06/05/05
Once in Railroad, PA 616 follows North Main Street south to its conclusion at PA 851 (East Main Street). 06/05/05
PA 851 (South Main Street) joins Railroad with the adjacent borough of New Freedom to the south while turning east from PA 616 to Shrewsbury and Exit 4 of Interstate 83. PA 851 south of PA 616 was originally a part of PA 516. 06/05/05

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06/05/05 by AARoads

Connect with:
Route 216
Route 851

Page Updated 05-20-2013.

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