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

March 3 to May 14, 1987

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 Historic Preser­vation Act of 1966, the program is administered for the Commonwealth by the PHMC’s Bureau for Historic Preservation. Pennsylvania claims more than two thousand entries in the National Register.


Allegheny County

  • Westinghouse Air Brake Company General Office Building, Marquerite and Bluff Sts., Wilmerding

Bucks County

  • Bristol Historic District, Roughly bounded by the Delaware River and Lincoln, Pond, Cedar and Mill Sts., Bristol
  • Forkhook Farm, 105 New Britain Rd., Doylestown Twp.
  • Harriman Historic District, Roughly bounded by West Circle, McKinley and Cleveland Sts., and Trenton and Farragut Aves., Bristol

Chester County

  • Coatesville Historic District, Roughly bounded by Chestnut St., Sixth Ave., Oak St., Fifth Ave., Harmony St. and First Ave., Coatesville
  • Phoenixville Historic District, Roughly bounded by the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad line, Fourth Ave., Penn and Wheatland Sts., Phoenixville

Erie County

  • Modern Tool Company, State and Fourth Sts., Erie

Fayette County

  • Hugh Laughlin House, Brownsville vicinity

Indiana County

  • George Diehl Homestead, Diehl Rd., Indiana vicinity

Lancaster County

  • Bangor Episcopal Church, Main and Water Sts., Blue Ball vicinity

Northampton County

  • Ehrhart’s Mill Historic District, Old Mill Rd., Hellertown vicinity

Philadelphia County

  • Jayne Estate Building, 2-16 Vine St., Philadelphia

Westmoreland County

  • Brush Creek Salems Church, Brush Creek Rd., Westmoreland vicinity