Interstate 276
Pictures


Eastbound
Approaching the Norristown Interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Norristown Interchange, which used to access US 422 before the expressway
was completed.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the massive Mid-County Interchange which is the only stack on the Pennsylvania
Turnpike System.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Willow Grove Interchange, which used to connect to US 611 prior
to 1972.  (Jeff Kitsko)
In between the PA 611 and US 1 interchanges.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Philadelphia Interchange which connects to US 1.  Philadelphia Park Race
Track is accessible via this interchange, and borders the Interstate a mile after
passing this point.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Delaware River Bridge Toll Plaza, which marks the end of the
Pennsylvania Turnpike System.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Climbing the western approach to the bridge.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the middle of the bridge and the New Jersey state line which is identified by the
sign to the right.  The state line also marks the eastern terminus of Interstate 276.
(Jeff Kitsko)

Westbound

Crossing over the Delaware River Bridge.  The bridge marks the beginning of
Interstate 276.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Heading towards the toll plaza on the Delaware River Bridge.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Interstate 95 overpass. In 2016, this will be I-95 south with a transition to I-95
to the left.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Just after the Philadelphia Interchange near Feasterville.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Gravel Hill Road in Upper Southampton Township.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Willow Grove Interchange in Willow Grove.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Virginia Drive slip ramp at the Fort Washington Office Park.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Fort Washington Interchange in Fort Washington.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Joshua Road overpass near Militia Hill.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Approaching the Mid-County Interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Mid-County Interchange. In this direction, one can travel both north and south
on Interstate 476, while eastbound travelers can only go north.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Traveling through the Mid-County Interchange. This is the only three level
interchange on the Pennsylvania Turnpike System.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Just after the Norristown Interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Approaching the Valley Forge Interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the King of Prussia Service Plaza in King of Prussia.  (Jeff Kitsko)

At the Valley Forge Interchange and the western terminus of Interstate 276.
(Jeff Kitsko)

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Page updated January 12, 2006.
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