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Pennsylvania Routes 372 and 896 join for a mile through Green Tree in Lancaster County.
Southbound on PA 372/PA 896 at the southern split. PA 896 south continues straight ahead. PA 896 gets a flashing yellow while PA 372 gets a flashing red.
An oversized stop-ahead sign stands along PA 372 east at the southern split.
Another view of the southern split, from PA 896 north. PA 372 joins from the left.
Reassurance shields northbound on a well-kept lawn.
At the northern split, signs for PA 372 and PA 896 begin to be posted separately. Both routes make a 90-degree turn here.
The northern split as seen from PA 372 west.
A closer view of the northern split.
Another view of the northern split, this time from PA 896 south. The duplex begins to the right. The bridge carries PA 896 over Nickel Mines Run, which parallels the entire duplex.
Southbound along the duplex, the reassurance signs are posted separately, PA 372 after PA 896. This placement is fairly unusual in Pennsylvania but common in other states such as Massachusetts.
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