Thanks C.J. Have you heard anything about this? The Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike is the common name of a 13-mile (21 km) stretch of the Pennsylvania Turnpike that was bypassed in 1968 when a modern stretch opened to ease traffic congestion in the tunnels. When the Pennsylvania Turnpike opened in 1940, it was known as the "Tunnel Highway" because it traversed seven tunnels: from east to west, Blue Mountain, Kittatinny Mountain, Tuscarora Mountain, Sideling Hill, Rays Hill, Allegheny Mountain, and Laurel Hill. Please be aware that this course contains long, crumbling sections of road and 2 tunnels that lack lights. For the other abandoned section, see, Publicly accessible portions in red, closed portions in grey, Rays Hill Tunnel in magenta, Sideling Hill Tunnel in dark magenta, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, "Cycling: Tighter Security near Confluence Dam Sends Cyclists in Search of New Campsite", "Improving the Roadway: Turnpike Considers Tunnel Options", Template:Attached KML/Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike, Solomons Island Cycling Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike Photos, Mainline Turnpike (I-70, I-76, I-95, I-276), Delaware and Lehigh National Heritage Corridor, Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, Lackawanna Heritage Valley National and State Heritage Area, Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, Hoverter and Sholl Box Huckleberry Natural Area, Carbon County Environmental Education Center, John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, Harrison Hills Park Environmental Education Center, Honey Hollow Environmental Education Center, Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center, Kings Gap Environmental Education and Training Center, Kettle Creek Environmental Education Center, Nolde Forest Environmental Education Center, Wildlife Center at Sinnemahoning State Park, Winnie Palmer Nature Reserve at Saint Vincent College, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Abandoned_Pennsylvania_Turnpike&oldid=991096457, Historic trails and roads in Pennsylvania, Protected areas of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, Protected areas of Fulton County, Pennsylvania, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2019, Articles containing potentially dated statements from November 2007, All articles containing potentially dated statements, Articles containing potentially dated statements from 2012, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, The intersection of Tannery Road and US 30 is just east of the Breezewood interchange where, A parking lot exists on the trail at the eastern end of the turnpike off Pump Station Road north of US 30; the entrance is a service road just south of where a turnpike overpass was removed in 2005. The demolition of the overpasses removed the liability and expense of repairing the aging bridges, marked the property lines between the public and the PTC-owned sections of the property, and prevented motorized vehicles from easily entering the abandoned turnpike. Big Fun. It is fascinating to think that in Iceland there are higland-roads people use to walk urban areas. Graffiti is omnipresent, and some of it is pretty graphic (and not pictured in this write-up). It was a blast. [5] The turnpike bypass of Rays Hill and Sideling Hill tunnels opened to traffic on November 26, 1968. Because of the tunnel’s length and the slight arc in the tunnel (to allow for proper drainage and prevent ponding water in the center), it is impossible to see one end from the other. Someday this may indeed become an “official” rail trail, with lighted tunnels and regular maintenance. With the absence of traffic, the tunnels have provided a new home for migratory bats who stay in tunnels from October to April. Holes in the roof mean that even indoors, the floor can be quite muddy. Plans – yes. Locations; Pennsylvania; Trails; Tags . Since then, these three once busy passageways have been explored by many Turnpike, road, or outdoor enthusiasts. I have a motorized handicapped scooter. The abandoned nuclear jet engine bunkers in the Quehanna Wild Area are a Cold War-era piece of history tucked away in Cameron County. Yes it was – the Pennsylvania Turnpike was built on top of the started-but-never-completed South Pennsylvania Railroad, which was a joint partnership between famous businessmen of the day William Vanderbilt, Andrew Carnegie (pictured below in front of the Rays Hill Tunnel in 1884), Henry Clay Frick, and J.P. Morgan. Not a lot has happened in the past two years with respect to the abandoned turnpike section and tunnels near Breezewood, PA. This is in response to the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources' need for a governmental body to own the trail before it can give out grants. Exploring The Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike, “The 7 Best Scenic Overlooks in the Buchanan State Forest”, “The 7 Best Things to Do at Cowans Gap State Park”, Exploring the 1806 Old Log Church in Bedford County, Exploring Dunkle’s Gulf Station along the Lincoln Highway in Bedford, Exploring the Bedford Coffee Pot along the Lincoln Highway, Exploring Big Mountain Overlook in Fulton County, The 7 Best Things to Do at Cowans Gap State Park, The 7 Best Scenic Overlooks in the Buchanan State Forest, The 10 Best Things to Do in Huntingdon County PA. Thanks for a great article. Traffic jams formed at each tunnel, especially during the summer. One interesting feature of the eastern portal of the Rays Hill Tunnel is that it is the only portal on any of the original Turnpike tunnels that does not have a ventilation fan on top of it. A great place for a fright movie…..like Candyman. Click on any of the icons below to get connected to PA Bucket List on social media! For the purposes of this write-up, I’m going to describe starting from the Breezewood parking area in the west. This past Saturday (10/24/2020) they had the End of the Road half marathon on the abandoned PA turnpike starting at the opposite end of your article at Siding Hill and going through Rays Tunnel. The Friends of the Pike 2 Bike will continue to run and oversee the trail.[14]. As of 2012[update], the Friends of the Pike 2 Bike are seeking to obtain grants that will allow the building of an access road and to rebuild on it the last remaining original toll booth, which was obtained in 2006. In this case, the Sideling Hill Tunnel andRays Hill Tunnel were bypassed, as was one of the Turnpike's travel plazas. Looks pretty scary. [10] This bypass opened to traffic on October 30, 1964 at a cost of $7.5 million. Thank you for this story!!! … In 2005, the PTC restricted access to the abandoned turnpike by demolishing an overpass over U.S. Route 30 (US 30) in Breezewood and an overpass on Pump Station Road near the site of the old Cove Valley Travel Plaza. Very much looking forward to this! I would love to explore them as they are, but I am afraid that I am too old to make the trip. The site of the former Cove Valley Travel Plaza was used as a shooting range for the Pennsylvania State Police. The amount of money and labor needed to make these tunnels “safe” enough to insure would be enormous. Perhaps I’ll make them a must see in the near future! Once across the bridge, Rays Hill Tunnel comes into view. The military also used the highway for training soldiers for Iraq in the early 2000s, even after the highway was sold to the SAC.[16]. The original plans for the removal included an access road, but somewhere along the way, it was removed and not known to Pike 2 Bike officials until it was too late. The property is officially closed to the public,[13] and no motor vehicles are allowed on the property, but bicycle riders are free to use it at their own risk. The photo above is illuminated by the glow of a red headlamp (easier on the eyes in dark environments). In 2005, the PTC restricted access to the abandoned turnpike by demolishing an overpass over U.S. Route 30 (US 30) in Breezewood and an overpass on Pump Station Road near the site of the old Cove Valley Travel Plaza. And honestly, I think the “wow” factor would be diminished. DS. In Partnership with Information Logistics You’re welcome Renny, and thanks for checking out the write-up! It’s really more awe-inspiring than scary. Filming Location Matching "Abandoned Turnpike Tunnels, Breezewood, Pennsylvania, USA" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending) THe Laurel Hill Tunnel is now privately owned by Chip Ganassi racing and used for aerodynamic testing. I’m all for enjoying the Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike just the way it is. February 17, 2017 Editor's Note: Bernie Newman's Breezewood in the Fall was the first real feature that I had on my fledgling website in late 1999. The PTC still owns a stretch of about 0.25 miles (0.40 km; 1,300 ft; 400 m) on the west and 3.5 miles (5.6 km) on the east for maintenance purposes. The PA Turnpike winds its way for over five hundred miles around and through much of southern PA. Breezewood is an unincorporated town in East Providence Township, Bedford County in south-central Pennsylvania.. [9] The former South Pennsylvania Railroad tunnel was considered, but was again rejected because of its poor condition. As with everything in the tunnels and along the entire length of the abandoned PA Turnpike, enter at your own risk and use extreme caution. The Sideling Hill Tunnel was the longest of the original seven Turnpike tunnels, at 1.3 miles in length. You enter the Rays Hill Tunnel from Bedford County in the west, and emerge in Fulton County to the east. Yes – the 2009 post-apocalyptic survival flick “The Road” was filmed at several locations along the abandoned PA Turnpike, including the Rays Hill Tunnel. Getting off the Turnpike, the highway number will turn to I-70. As mentioned previously, you can easily navigate to the Breezewood parking area using GPS coordinates 39.999862, -78.228380. What were the offices used for? Barnum Rail-Trail, WV January 8, 2016. It was abandoned in the 1960s because the two tunnels along it were only one lane each way, causing massive bottlenecks. Would take LOTS of work and money to make the tunnels and roadways “safe” and ADA compliant, and all the things that go into making public trails these days. A bypass around the tunnels and up over the mountains was opened in 1968.Information below from PA Turnpike exhibit at the State Museum in Harrisburg. The office window here makes for a great photo-op. That was actually the first tunnel that they bypassed, I believe. And they were major bottlenecks with many accidents of cars and trucks creating many hours of shutdown. And now you know everything you need to know to do the same! The Abandoned PA Turnpike and Tunnels near Breezewood as seen through the lens of Bernie Newman. So if inquisitive kids are part of your crew, be ready to answer some awkward questions. Operation began with the opening of the turnpike in 1940. Michael Allan Neff recommends Abandoned PA Turnpike. The dirt parking lot (pictured below) is located at the intersection of Route 30 and Tannery Road. From here operators monitored the carbon monoxide levels in the tunnel and adjusted the airflow and fans accordingly. Abandoned Turnpike Tunnel Locations There are a total of two tunnels across the 13 mile stretch of road. [8] The Laurel Hill Tunnel was bypassed using a deep cut to the north; it would feature a wide median, truck climbing lanes, and a 145-foot (44 m)-deep cut into the mountain. I am glad that I traveled them before they were abandoned. The western portal is heavily graffitied and features an office you can easily enter. The parking lot itself is actually part of the abandoned Turnpike. In part the offices were used to monitor safety conditions in the tunnels, in particular carbon monoxide levels, and allow adjustments the ventilation fans accordingly. It was awesome. Looking towards the east, you can see Sideling Hill in the distance, home of the second tunnel on this excursion. The abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike lives up to the hype! The abandoned Alvira munitions bunkers are 149 concrete, dome-shaped structures constructed in Union County during WWII to store TNT that was also manufactured on-site. Maybe this next summer’s big trip. It's now a hiking/biking trail through a quiet, remote valley in the mountains of central Pennsylvania. The old buildings and gas pumps at Cove Valley are now being swallowed up by the Earth. Hike it with a friend and a strong flashlight and you’ll be fine! © 2020 Rusty Glessner / PA Bucket List. In fact, Bedford County and the ownership of the area are still working things out for possible grant money and upgrades. Is it accessible. (Outside of the tunnels?). Yes – use GPS coordinates 40.048790, -78.095869 The parking area is just off of Pump Station Road. The surface is similar to a driveway or parking lot that hasn’t been maintained in many years. Totally separate place. Information below from PA Turnpike exhibit at the State Museum in Harrisburg. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. via mobile “Definitely different” This is definitely a unique place to hike. In this case, the Sideling Hill Tunnel and Rays Hill Tunnel were bypassed, as was one of the Turnpike's travel plazas. Starting right on the Abandoned Turnpike this year, runners will run the entire 13.1 miles on this historic landmark! Yes – use GPS Coordinates 39.999862, -78.228380 The parking area is along Tannery Road. Thanks for the feedback and gald you had a good experience! Absolutely – thanks for checking out the article! [11] On March 15, 1965, the new tube opened to traffic, after which the original tube was closed to allow updates to be made. The only thing that comes close to this, in my experience, is the Abandoned Trolley Graveyard in neighboring Somerset County. Today, the Abandoned Turnpike, as it is commonly known, is a popular tourist attraction. Eventually this created back-ups that needed to be … Follow the gravel path uphill from the parking area to the abandoned PA Turnpike. A bypass was planned for the Laurel Hill Tunnel because traffic would be more quickly and less expensively relieved than it would by boring another tunnel. Just before reaching the Rays Hill Tunnel, you’ll cross over Mountain Chapel Road via the short bridge pictured below. Just off to the side of the ventilation room is the old control room. Great article, wonderfully written. Okay, so nobody asked. Still, if you’re an “urban explorer”, you’ll want to check this series of small rooms out. I guess depending on how rugged it is, a fair amount of it. Those of you able to make the trip, I am sure it will be worth the effort. The PTC and PennDOT used the highway to train maintenance workers, as well as for testing of rumble strips. [14] It proposed various ideas to make the trail as accessible as possible for cyclists, hikers, inline skaters, and equestrians. Funds – no. Abandoned Turnpike, Breezewood, PA. Save. Tunnel boring work started by the South Penn Railroad. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. The image below, from the State Museum in Harrisburg, is what drivers would have seen approaching the tunnel from Breezewood in the 1940s. Only tunnel on the turnpike that featured exhaust fans at one portal . So don’t be surprised to see some of those features in this area around the tunnel. Is the highway safe to travel? Built in 1927 as a gimmick to get motorists to stop for food and fuel, the Bedford Coffee Pot is located a half-hour west of the Breezewood access to the Abandoned PA Turnpike. As with the Rays Hill Tunnel, the walls of the Sideling Hill Tunnel are a virtual museum of graffiti, ranging from the mild to the wild to the downright profane. The trip from the parking area to the Sideling Hill Tunnel is roughly 1.1 miles, with an ever-so-slight-uphill grade to it. [6] In 1962, the turnpike commission approved these two projects. The article was written in March 2020, and the photos are from the same month. During the Fall of 1981 and the Summer of 1982, Bill Symons explored the three former single tube tunnels of the PA TPK System.The tunnels, Laurel Hill, Ray's Hill, and Sideling Hill, had been abandoned for over 10 years. Thanks for all the interesting info, I vaguely remember traveling through these tunnels as a kid ! Great pictures & history. Massive fans on top of the tunnels helped force fresh air in and exhaust fumes out. The eastern portal of the Sideling Hill Tunnel as pictured in a historical photo at the PA State Museum in Harrisburg. Place is dark, tunnels falling apart, no lighting or ventilation in tunne ls, place filled w/ horrid grafitti. Now, the sight looks post-apocalyptic. As with the tunnel walls, the ventilation room is heavily graffitied and quite popular with urban explorers looking to leave their mark. when was this article written? However, tunnel structure is still sound despite not having been maintained for decades. The trip is relatively flat and easy to traverse. Records keeping maybe? After what seems like forever, you’ll emerge from the western end of the Sideling Hill Tunnel. It does, however, make for some fantastic backlit photo-ops, if you bring your own spotlights. Along the way you will pass the former Cove Valley Service Plaza, now just a large paved area that was used for a time after the closure of this section of the Turnpike as a State Police shooting range. – glad you enjoyed the write-up! I too traveled this turnpike and remember all seven tunnels. No – that is the Graffiti Highway in Centralia. Thank you!! If so, be sure to like and follow PA Bucket List on Facebook, Instagram, and/or Pinterest to stay up-to-date on my latest write-ups. A unique stretch of American transportation history The Abandoned PA Turnpike is a 9-mile stretch of America's first super highway that has sat unused for nearly 50 years. Although not an official trial, the stretch of abandoned turnpike is popular with hikers and bikers. Here’s how the same view shortly after the completion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike in 1940. An access road was built in the late 2000s on the PTC-owned side of the former Pump Station Road overpass, making the 3.5-mile (5.6 km) section still owned by the PTC a de facto access road to the active turnpike in itself; however, like other access roads along the turnpike, it is off-limits to the public and is only used by the PTC or Pennsylvania State Police. If you’re easily offended, you might want to keep your light focused on the road at your feet and ignore the tunnel walls. 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