I love the vivid colors on this gas pump, located at the Mountain Playhouse and Green Gables Restaurant in Jennerstown, PA! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

I love the vivid colors on this gas pump, located at the Mountain Playhouse and Green Gables Restaurant in Jennerstown, PA! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

This pump is located along Route 30 West at the entrance to the Timberlinks Golf Course, across from Idlewild Park. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Along the Lincoln Highway with American Songline: Leg #3 –Stoystown Back to Greensburg

This pump is located along Route 30 West at the entrance to the Timberlinks Golf Course, across from Idlewild Park. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

…and here’s the back of the airport’s gas pump. It’s a little hard to see in this lighting, but I really liked that the artist included St. Vincent College on this gas pump – my alma mater! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Along the Lincoln Highway with American Songline: Leg #3 –Stoystown Back to Greensburg

…and here’s the back of the airport’s gas pump. It’s a little hard to see in this lighting, but I really liked that the artist included St. Vincent College on this gas pump – my alma mater! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Here’s the front of the airport’s gas pump at Latrobe’s Arnold Palmer Regional Airport… (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Along the Lincoln Highway with American Songline: Leg #3 –Stoystown Back to Greensburg

Here’s the front of the airport’s gas pump at Latrobe’s Arnold Palmer Regional Airport… (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

We ate brunch/lunch at the Coal Miners’ Cafe located at the main intersection of Jennerstown, PA. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

We ate brunch/lunch at the Coal Miners’ Cafe located at the main intersection of Jennerstown, PA. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Here are two surviving cabins from Shirey’s Lake View Motel, located on the west end of Ligonier, PA. We also saw others from the Ligonier Valley Cottages on the east side of town. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

Here are two surviving cabins from Shirey’s Lake View Motel, located on the west end of Ligonier, PA. We also saw others from the Ligonier Valley Cottages on the east side of town. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Here’s the first circa 1818 Bedford-Stoystown Turnpike marker that we found along the Lincoln Highway. Notice the typo on the left side of the stone: it says “OT” instead of “TO.” (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

Here’s the first circa 1818 Bedford-Stoystown Turnpike marker that we found along the Lincoln Highway. Notice the typo on the left side of the stone: it says “OT” instead of “TO.” (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

We pulled over in downtown Greensburg, PA to get a shot of this Lincoln Highway sign! Stop 2 on today's adventure with Cece Otto.  (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Along the Lincoln Highway with American Songline – Leg #1: Greensburg to Ligonier

We pulled over in downtown Greensburg, PA to get a shot of this Lincoln Highway sign! Stop 2 on today's adventure with Cece Otto. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Students at Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center in Latrobe, PA designed and built this Lincoln Highway Roadside Giant in Ligonier. It’s huge! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Along the Lincoln Highway with American Songline: Leg #3 –Stoystown Back to Greensburg

Students at Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center in Latrobe, PA designed and built this Lincoln Highway Roadside Giant in Ligonier. It’s huge! (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

We didn’t tour the Fort Bedford Museum on this trip, but we stopped by to check out where the original was located – along the Raystown branch of the Juniata River in Bedford, PA. The original stockade was probably gone by the time of the Whiskey Rebellion in 1790. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

Lincoln Highway Gumshoes: To Bedford and Back

We didn’t tour the Fort Bedford Museum on this trip, but we stopped by to check out where the original was located – along the Raystown branch of the Juniata River in Bedford, PA. The original stockade was probably gone by the time of the Whiskey Rebellion in 1790. (Photo by Jennifer Sopko)

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