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

September 12, 1985 to January 16, 1986

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 1,700 entries in the National Register.


Adams County

  • Carbaugh Run Rhyolite Quarry Site, Franklin Twp. vicinity
  • East Berlin Historic District, portions of King, Harrisburg and Abbottstown St., East Berlin

Allegheny County

  • Armstrong Tunnel, between Forbes and Second Aves. at S. Tenth St., Pittsburgh
  • Coraopolis Bridge, Ohio River Back Channel at Ferree St. and Grand Ave., Coraopolis
  • Homestead High-Level Bridge, Monongahela River at West St., Pittsburgh
  • Homestead Pennsylvania Railroad Station, Amity St., Homestead
  • Ninth Street Bridge, Allegheny River at Ninth St., Pittsburgh
  • Pittsburgh Central Downtown Historic District, roughly bounded by Liberty Ave., Grant St., Forbes Ave., and Wood St., Pittsburgh
  • Schenley Park, Schenley Dr. and Panther Hollow Rd., Pittsburgh Seventh Street Bridge, Allegheny River at Seventh St., Pittsburgh
  • Sixth Street Bridge, Allegheny River at Sixth St., Pittsburgh South Tenth Street Bridge, Monongahela River at S. Tenth St., Pittsburgh

Berks County

  • Keystone Hook and Ladder Company, Second and Penn Sts., Reading

Blair County

  • Hollidaysburg Historic District, roughly bounded by Spruce, Beila, Blair and Juniata Sts., Hollidaysburg

Bucks County

  • Grundy Mill Complex, W. Corner of Jefferson Ave. and Canal St., Bristol
  • Langhorne Library, 160 W. Maple Ave., Langhorne
  • Joseph Richardson House, Bellevue and Maple Aves., Langhorne

Centre County

  • Leonard Rhone House, off PA 45, Centre vicinity

Chester County

  • Chester County Multiple Resource Nominations, Numerous historic buildings and structures throughout Chester County

Clearfield County

  • Commercial Hotel, Long and Brady Aves., DuBois

Dauphin County

  • B’Nai Jacob Synagogue, Nissley and Water Sts., Middletown
  • Pennsylvania State Lunatic Hospital, Cameron St., Harrisburg

Erie County

  • Thayer-Thompson House, 605 W. Eighth St., Erie

Juniata County

  • Book Site, Beale Twp. vicinity

Lancaster County

  • Frey-Haverstick Site, Washington Boro

McKean County

  • Anoatok, 230 Clay St., Kane

Montgomery County

  • Camptown Historic District, Roughly bounded by Penrose Ave., Graham Lane, Dennis St., and Cheltenham Ave., Cheltenham Twp.
  • Continental Stove Works, First St. above Main, Royersford
  • Gwynedd Hall, 1244 Meetinghouse Rd., Ambler vicinity
  • Harriton, 1401-1415 Old Gulph Rd., Villanova
  • Red Hill Historic District, 148, 152, 200-600 Main St., 98-226, 21-231 W. Sixth St., and 532-550 Adams St., Red Hill

Philadelphia County

  • Burk Brothers and Company, 913-916 N. Third St., Philadelphia
  • Frankford Arsenal, Tacony and Bridge St., Philadelphia
  • General Electric Switchgear Plant, 7th and Willow Sts., Philadelphia
  • Girard Avenue Historic District, 1415-2028 Girard Ave., and 1700 block of Thompson St., Philadelphia
  • Robert M. Hogue House, 100 Pelham Rd., Philadelphia
  • Northern Liberties Historic District, Roughly bounded by 6th, Brown, American, Green, and Fifth Sts., Philadelphia
  • Ramcat Historic District, Market and Twenty-third Sts., U.S. Naval Home on Bainbridge, Railroad yards and the Schuylkill River, Philadelphia
  • John Ruan House, 4278-4280 Griscom St., Philadelphia
  • Frank C. Scherer Wagon Works, 801 N. Twenty-seventh St., Philadelphia

Pike County

  • Jervis Gordon Grist Mill Historic District, Water, Mill and Seventh Sts., Milford

Schuylkill County

  • Reading Railroad Passenger Station – Tamaqua, Off W. Broad St., Tamaqua