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PA 523


Pennsylvania Route 523 (PA 523) is an 8-mile (13 km) long state highway located in Somerset county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is at US 40 in Addison. The northern terminus is at PA 281 in Confluence.

PA 523 begins at an intersection with US 40 east of Addison in Addison Township, heading northeast on two-lane undivided Listonburg Road. The road passes a mix of woods and farms, curving north into forested areas and heading through Listonburg. The route winds through more woodland with occasional farms, running through Beachly and Dumas. Farther north, PA 523 crosses the Casselman River into Lower Turkeyfoot Township and curves west at Harnedsville. The road passes more farmland and woodland, running a short distance to the south of a CSX railroad line and north of the Casselman River. The route continues into Confluence, where the road, river, and railroad all bend to the north. The road becomes Oden Street and passes homes and business, reaching an intersection with PA 281. At this point, PA 281 turns north to form a concurrency with the route, passing more residences. PA 523 ends at the point where PA 281 turns to the east onto Logan Place.

The entire route is in Somerset County.







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