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Beginning at the borough of Carlisle, in Cumberland County, and, following the line of the Hanover and Carlisle Company pike, over State highway route forty-one 1 to Mount Holly Springs; thence, in the direction of York Springs, to a point on the dividing line between Cumberland and Adams Counties; thence to York Springs, intersecting with route number one hundred and twenty-three; 2 thence in the direction of Hampton, via Round Hill; thence, by way of Hampton, in the direction of Hanover, intersecting with route number one hundred and twenty-six 3 (Lincoln Highway) at a point known as Cross Keys or Gitts Crossing, about three-fourths of a mile east of the borough of New Oxford; thence, by way of Valley Chapel, about one-eighth of a mile from Bittinger Post Office, to a point on the dividing line between York and Adams Counties; thence to the borough of Hanover; thence over route two hundred and thirty-one 4 to Gettysburg, Adams County; thence over route number forty-three 5 to a point known as Newman's Corner, about four miles west of Cashtown; thence, by way of Bridgeport, Arendtsville, to Biglerville, intersecting with route forty-one; 1 thence to Heidlersburg, connecting with State highway route one hundred and twenty-three; 2 thence over route number one hundred and twenty-three 2 to Harrisburg, Dauphin County.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Pennsylvania Statutes Title 36 P.S. Highways and Bridges § 1316. Route 342. From Carlisle to Harrisburg - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/pa/title-36-ps-highways-and-bridges/pa-st-sect-36-1316.html
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