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US 322 and PA 241 share a 1 mile stretch of road west of Cornwall in Lebanon County.
Shields stand here at the western split. PA 241 northbound traffic sees these signs as the route meets US 322.
Here is the approach to US 322 along PA 241 northbound.
These signs are the first reassurance shields eastbound.
The first side road one encounters on this duplex is PA 934, which ends here, about a quarter mile east of the western split. The area is quite rural.
Here is a close-up view of the duplex shields of the previous photo.
A mile ahead, PA 241 splits from US 322. PA 241 ends in Lebanon, and US 322 forms a duplex with PA 72 on the Cornwall bypass.
Here is a closer view of the eastern split.
Heading back to the west, the reassurance shields at the eastern split include a unusual HERSHEY banner. US 322 travels 11 miles from here to Hershey.
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