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  • Bicycle Built for Two Roadside Giant
    Bicycle Built for Two Roadside Giant

    This was created by the students at the Somerset Technology Center and is located at 2811 Lincoln Highway, Stoystown, PA, 15563.

  • Packard Auto Roadside Giant
    Packard Auto Roadside Giant

    This was created by students attending the Central Westmoreland Career and Technology Center. Many consider the Packard to be THE car of the Lincoln Highway because Henry B. Joy was not only the co-founder of the Lincoln Highway, but also President of the Packard Motor Car Company. Normally, our Packard Roadside Giant is located at 241 Tollgate Hill Rd., Greensburg, PA 15601. However, it was recently hit by a vehicle and is currently being repaired offsite.

  • Quarter Roadside Giant
    Quarter Roadside Giant

    Located at Down River Golf at 134 River Bend Drive, Everett, 15537, is this extra-large 25 cent piece. The students at Bedford County Technical Center created this very detailed Roadside Giant.

  • 1920 Selden Pick Up Truck
    1920 Selden Pick Up Truck

    Franklin County Career and Technology Center students crafted a 25' long and 13' wide 1920 Selden pick-up truck for 2187 Lincoln Way West, Chambersburg, PA, 17202.

In 2009, the Lincoln Highway Heritage Corridor created a board game called The Lincoln Highway Road Trip for grades 4 and up. Over 100 games were given to schools along our 200-mile Corridor.

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