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6,782 feet long. Built in 1881 for the failed Southern PA railroad. Purchased by the PA turnpike commission in 1938, opened for traffic in 1940. Closed in 19...

Sideling Hill Tunnel. Posted May 3, 2012, by david yates (david_y [at] bellsouth [dot] net) Recent pics of the Sideling Hill Tunnel in April 2012. Sideling Hill Tunnel. Posted October 7, 2009, by Scott Jones (agentsmj [at] yahoo [dot] com) Attached are some random photos of the Sideling Hill Tunnel. Feel free to reference additional photos at ...
The modern Pennsylvania Turnpike crosses over the top of Sideling Hill, which contains at its base the 6,782 foot long Sideling Hill Tunnel, which was used by traffic between 1940 until 1968. It is now owned by the South Allegheny Regional Council, which has the intention of turning it into a bike/pedestrian trail.
    1. Exploring the Rays Hill Tunnel. At 0.67 miles long, the Rays Hill Tunnel was the shortest of the 7 original Pennsylvania Turnpike Tunnels.. You enter the Rays Hill Tunnel from Bedford County in the west, and emerge in Fulton County to the east. The image below, from the State Museum in Harrisburg, is what drivers would have seen approaching the tunnel from Breezewood in the 1940s.
    2. 6,782 feet long. Built in 1881 for the failed Southern PA railroad. Purchased by the PA turnpike commission in 1938, opened for traffic in 1940. Closed in 19...
    3. Sideling Hill Aqueduct. Connection with Western Maryland Trail. 13.9: Indigo Tunnel. Built in 1904 this wood-lined tunnel runs for 4350 feet through Indigo Neck. This was the longest tunnel the Western Maryland ever built. 15.0: Indigo Neck campsite. 16.7: Little Orleans and Fifteen Mile Creek campground (drive-in).
    4. Sideling Hill aerial photography page updated: new annotations made on the pictures; Laurel Hill and Rays-Sideling bypass road maps posted; Cove Valley Service Plaza and Pump Station Road aerial photos annotated; work continues on the statistics pages for each of the bypassed tunnels - major work remaining. More information on Laurel Hill ...
    5. The Sideling Hill: Directed by Nathan Hine. With Delyla Berlin, Matty Calhoun, Jeremy Clark, Carreen Cunningham. Friends Harry and Allie take friend Adam to an abandoned turnpike tunnel that locals say is haunted. Once inside the tunnel, Adam realizes that the local legends are true which have murderous consequences.
    6. Oct 05, 2021 · The PTC commissioned a study at two tunnels; among the recommendations was a 13.1-mile bypass that “included reconstruction and relocation of the Breezewood Interchange and construction of a new east-west service plaza at Sideling Hill.” The Sideling Hill bypass opened to traffic on November 26, 1968; the Ray’s Hill and Sideling Hill ...
    7. Exploring the Rays Hill Tunnel. At 0.67 miles long, the Rays Hill Tunnel was the shortest of the 7 original Pennsylvania Turnpike Tunnels.. You enter the Rays Hill Tunnel from Bedford County in the west, and emerge in Fulton County to the east. The image below, from the State Museum in Harrisburg, is what drivers would have seen approaching the tunnel from Breezewood in the 1940s.
    8. Sideling Hill Aqueduct. Connection with Western Maryland Trail. 13.9: Indigo Tunnel. Built in 1904 this wood-lined tunnel runs for 4350 feet through Indigo Neck. This was the longest tunnel the Western Maryland ever built. 15.0: Indigo Neck campsite. 16.7: Little Orleans and Fifteen Mile Creek campground (drive-in).
    9. Sideling Hill Tunnel is one of three original Pennsylvania Turnpike tunnels abandoned (this one in 1968) after two massive realignment projects. The others are nearby Rays Hill Tunnel, and farther west, the Laurel Hill Tunnel.It was less expensive to realign the Turnpike than to bore a second tube for four lane traffic. Sideling Hill Tunnel is 6,782 feet (2,067 m) long.
The western portal of the Sideling Hill Tunnel along the abandoned PA Turnpike. Workers lived in the barracks at the Sideling Hill camp during the construction of the turnpike in 1939-40, and would have walked or driven to work via this road (now trail) every day.

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The old tunnel, even without any spook stories, may be more frightening than the hillside camp. The original plans date back to the year 1881, and the Sideling Hill Tunnel was built by December 1884 for a RR line. On July 6, 1885, a blast occurred at the end of the Sideling Hill Tunnel that claimed the lives of three people.

It's amazing that the tunnels look almost untouched after standing, unmaintained, for more than 40 years. The two tunnels along the abandoned turnpike are the Sideling Hill Tunnel and the Rays Hill Tunnel. (The third tunnel that was bypassed, the Laurel Hill Tunnel, was located further away and required only a two-mile bypass.)The abandoned South Penn Railroad Aqueduct in Fulton County is a perfectly-preserved remnant of a railroad that never was. The interior of the abandoned South Penn Railroad Aqueduct near the Sideling Hill Tunnel. Built by skilled Sicilian stone masons without any mortar, this aqueduct looks as good now as it did when it was first built nearly ...

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