Along Pennsylvania's Lincoln Highway

Funk, Richard W

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Unlike today's interstate highway system, the earlier routes offered ever-changing scenes and roadside attractions. Although the Lincoln Highway crosses the entire country from New York City to San Francisco, the route it follows through Pennsylvania offers some of the most diverse and beautiful scenery. The popularity of the automobile gave rise to some of the highway's greatest attractions, such as Bill's Place and the S.S. Grand View Ship Hotel. Pennsylvania's Lincoln Highway is a trip back into time and it recalls the days when getting to a destination was half the fun. Paperback. Arcadia Publishing/History Pre, 2006. 127 pages.