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Pennsylvania Routes 49 and 249 join for two miles through Knoxville in Tioga County.
Northbound on PA 249 approaching PA 49 at the western split in rural, mountainous Tioga County. The New York border is about 5 miles to the north along PA 249.
Signs seen while nearing the western split. PA 249 turns right onto PA 49 east. Note the "NO" between the PA 49 shields.
A back view of the same sign assembly. A NORTH banner is used as a brace on the back.
The western split as seen from PA 49 eastbound in the village of Philips. Little Marsh is a small village to the south, while Knoxville's borough is a couple of miles straight ahead.
Reassurance shields eastbound between Philips and Knoxville.
Two miles to the east, PA 249 splits off to the north a few feet before the Knoxville borough line. Austinburg is four miles to the northeast, just a half mile from New York State.
Northbound on PA 249 heading toward Austinburg.
Going back southward to the split, PA 249 turns to the west to join PA 49. Knoxville is to the left.
Signs at the eastern split. Straight ahead, PA 49 east meets the Knoxville borough line as it crosses Troups Creek.
Leaving Knoxville on PA 49 west at the eastern split.
Reassurance shields westbound along the duplex.
Two miles ahead, PA 49/PA 249 splits in Philips. PA 49 continues west to Westfield and PA 349, while PA 249 drops to the south to meet PA 287.
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