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PA 75 and PA 333 join for less than half a mile from Port Royal to Old Port in Juniata County.
PA 75 and PA 333 cross Tuscarora Creek just south of the northern split in southern Port Royal. These signs are the confirmation shields just past the northern split.
PA 75 southbound traffic encounters PA 333 here at the northern split. PA 333 joins PA 35 4 miles to the north in Mifflin.
No more than a third of a mile to the south, the two routes split.
Just ahead is the southern split. PA 75 views off to the right and curves up the hill, while PA 333 continues straight ahead on a windy, narrow road.
PA 75 southbound crosses Hunters Creek here at the southern split to join PA 333.
Just ahead around the curve, the north/west confirmation shields stand at the beginning of a straight stretch of roadway. At the other end of the straight stretch is the bridge over Tuscarora Creek. The house on the right, coupled with a few others in the vicinity of the southern split, make up Old Port.
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