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Abandoned couch on the roadside
Abandoned couch on the roadside An abandoned couch on the side of the Graffiti Highway, covered in tags.



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.
Rift in the former Route 61
Rift in the former Route 61 A rift in the pavement of the former Route 61 in Centralia, Pennsylvania, now known as the Graffiti Highway.



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.
Rift in the former Route 61
Rift in the former Route 61 A rift in the pavement of the former Route 61 in Centralia, Pennsylvania, now known as the Graffiti Highway.



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.
Rift in the former Route 61
Rift in the former Route 61 A rift in the pavement of the former Route 61 in Centralia, Pennsylvania, now known as the Graffiti Highway.



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.
Yellow head with stamp on tongue
Yellow head with stamp on tongue A yellow, one-eyed head with a stamp on its extended tongue. I am not sure if this is a Minions reference, a drug reference, or something else.



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 south
Graffiti Highway, facing south Graffiti Highway in Centralia, Pennsylvania, near the northern end of the road, facing approximately south.



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.
Crying heart
Crying heart Spray paint drawing showing a crying heart.



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.
Graffiti-covered guardrail
Graffiti-covered guardrail Graffiti-covered guardrail on the former northbound side of the Graffiti Highway.



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.
MEOW tag
MEOW tag "MEOW" tag on the Graffiti Highway.



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.