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Pennsylvania Canal and Limestone Run Aqueduct
Pennsylvania Canal's Limestone Run Aqueduct ruins.jpg
Limestone Run Aqueduct ruins in August 2013
Location Bounded by Broadway, Filbert St., Limestone Run and Bound Ave., Milton, Pennsylvania
Area 1.7 acres (0.69 ha)
Built 1829-1830
Built by Foller & Levan; Et al.
Architect Rawle, Francis W.
NRHP reference No. 78002438
Added to NRHP December 19, 1978

Pennsylvania Canal and Limestone Run Aqueduct is a historic aqueduct and related sites located at Milton, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania. The Milton Section was built in 1829–1830, as part of the West Branch Division of the Pennsylvania Canal. It encompasses 20 contributing structures and 2 contributing sites and consists of the Limestone Run Aqueduct, canal bed, and towpath. The aqueduct consists of a single span built of stone and wood, 20-foot-long (6.1 m) and a width of 75-foot (23 m).

It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

Panoramic view of the north side of the aqueduct ruins.
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