Additions lists cultural resources in Pennsylvania - districts, sites, buildings, structures and objects - entered in the National Register of Historic Places.

January 27 to May 24, 1984

The National Register of Historic Places is the nation’s official record of properties deemed worthy of preservation by the United States Department of the Interior. Established by the National HisĀ­toric Preservation Act of 1966, the program is administered for the Commonwealth by the PHMC’s Bureau for Historic Preservation. Pennsylvania claims Z,600 entries in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Houses at 838-862 Brightridge Street, 838-862 Brightridge St., Pittsburgh
  • Houses at 2501-2531 Charles Street, 2501-2531 Charles St., Pittsburgh

Berks County

  • Allegheny Aqueduct, Village of Gibraltar, Robeson Twp.
  • Siegfried’s Dale Farm, Siegfried’s Rd., Maxatawney vicinity

Bucks County

  • Bridge Valley Bridge (Pettit’s Bridge), Spans Neshaminy Creek north of Hartsville, Hartsville vicinity
  • John Burroughs Homestead, Wrightstown-Taylorsville Rd., Taylorsville vicinity

Chester County

  • Buckwalter Building, 11-13 S. High St., West Chester

Dauphin County

  • Harrisburg Old Downtown Commercial Historic District, Roughly Market St. from 3rd to 4th, and 3rd St. from Walnut to Chestnut Sts., Harrisburg

Erie County

  • Federal Row, 142-162 E. 5th St.; 424-430 Holland St., Erie

Greene County

  • Waynesburg Historic District, Roughly bounded by 2nd Alley, Cherry Ave., East and Bowlby Sts., Waynesburg Borough

Huntingdon County

  • Benjamin B. Leas House, U.S. 522 North, Shirleysburg

Lackawanna County

  • Grand Army of the Republic Building, 303 Linden St., Scranton

Lancaster County

  • Marietta Historic District (Boundary Increase), Bounded by Waterford Ave., Clay, Prospect and Front Sts., Marietta
  • William Werner House, 66 E. Main St., Lititz

Lehigh County

  • Catasauqua Residential Historic District, Roughly bounded by Howertown Rd., Railroad Ave., Oak and Bridge Sts., Catasauqua

Northampton County

  • Lehigh Valley Railroad Headquarters Building, 425 Brighton St., Bethlehem

Philadelphia County

  • Broad Street Historic District, Roughly bounded by Juniper, Cherry, 15th and Pine Sts., Philadelphia
  • A.J. Holman and Company, 1222-26 Arch St., Philadelphia
  • Ridge Avenue Farmers’ Market, 1810 Ridge Ave., Philadelphia
  • Wesley Building, 1701-1709 Arch St., Philadelphia

York County

  • Railroad Borough Historic District, Shaub Rd., N ., E. and S. Main St., Railroad
  • Shrewsbury Historic District, Roughly bounded by Highland, Sunset Drs., Park Ave., Church and Pine Sts., Shrewsbury