Signs of History

WAYNE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

 Formed on March 21, 1798, from Northampton County.  Named for Gen. Anthony Wayne. Site of test run of Stourbridge Lion, first locomotive in U .S. to  run on a commercial track. Honesdale, county seat incorporated 1831, was  western terminus of D &  H Canal.  City type: County Courthouse, Court St. between 9th & 10th Sts., Honesdale

For a map directing you to Wayne County click here.
SAMUEL MEREDITH ( PA 371 & 670 just W of Pleasant Mount.)
SAMUEL MEREDITH ( Intersection PA 371 & 670, Pleasant Mount.)
DAVID WILMOT ( Wayne St. off PA 670 at Bethany.)
STOURBRIDGE LION ( US 6 just W of Honesdale.)
HONESDALE ( US 6 & PA 191 entering Honesdale from W & SE.)
LINCOLN NOMINATION ( 115 9th St., Honesdale.)
DELAWARE & HUDSON CANAL ( US 6 & PA 191 (Main St.) at historical society, Honesdale.)
STOURBRIDGE LION ( US 6 & PA 191 (Main St.) at Park St., Honesdale.)
DORFLINGER GLASS WORKS ( US 6 at White Mills.)
CUSHETUNK ( SR 1004 former LR 63027 N of Milanville.)

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