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H-23 Southbound-Port Allegheny

The H-23 enters Port Allegheny from the New Washington/Steelington Metro area from the South and continues North to the frontier of Amoria. thousands of people cross the Allegheny Bay South every day to and from work. This image is looking southward towards the bay.



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