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Painted branches growing leaves
Painted branches growing leaves Previously painted branches on a tree along the Graffiti Highway growing new leaves.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti Highway, facing north
Graffiti Highway, facing north Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the northern end of the road, facing approximately north.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti Highway, facing north
Graffiti Highway, facing north Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the northern end of the road, facing approximately north.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti Highway, facing north
Graffiti Highway, facing north Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the southern end of the road, facing approximately north.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Graffiti Highway, facing north
Graffiti Highway, facing north Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the middle of the road, facing approximately north.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Discarded spray paint can
Discarded spray paint can Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway, likely used for tagging the road.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Discarded spray paint can
Discarded spray paint can Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway, likely used for tagging the road.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Discarded spray paint can
Discarded spray paint can Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway, likely used for tagging the road.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Discarded spray paint can
Discarded spray paint can Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway, likely used for tagging the road.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.
Discarded spray paint can
Discarded spray paint can Discarded spray paint can on the Graffiti Highway, likely used for tagging the road.



The Graffiti Highway is a former alignment of Pennsylvania Route 61 through Centralia, Pennsylvania. This section of road was abandoned for a new alignment in 1993 due to ground subsidence caused by an underground coal mine fire that has been burning under Centralia since 1962.