Lincoln Hwy Pennsylvania


Being creatures of habit, ehem…, we stopped for the second year in a row at the Frederick Duesenberg roadside memorial. Duesenberg was critically wounded along this roadway, when he crashed his Model J into the hillside on 2 July 1932. He died 24 days later.

We also stopped at Jennerstown Speedway for the second year in a row. The historic track is suppose to see racing once again this year after a hiatus of several years.

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