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Pennsylvania Routes 27 and 227 join for a half-mile-long, same-way duplex through Pleasantville in Venango County.
Westbound on PA 27 at the eastern split in Pleasantville. PA 27 meets its child route PA 227 in this small village.
The eastern split as seen from PA 227 westbound. PA 227 makes three turns to traverse Pleasantville, and this is the first.
At the second turn, PA 27/PA 227 turns from south to west at the northern end of PA 36. PA 36 is one of the longer state routes, reaching from here all the way south past Altoona and Hollidaysburg.
PA 36 is one of the few state routes to end at a parent-child route duplex.
Signs at the intersection of PA 36 and PA 27/PA 227. From here the eastern split is a block to the north, and the western split is a third of a mile to the west.
Reassurance shields west of PA 36. Aside from one turn in the duplex at PA 36, the road is straight all the way to the splits.
Signs at the western split as seen from PA 227 east, which makes a right turn onto PA 27.
Eastbound reassurance shields as the duplex enters Pleasantville.
Near the center of town, PA 27/PA 227 split at the eastern split. PA 227 heads east toward the Allegheny National Forest, while PA 27 goes north toward New York.
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