Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Bad Map of the Week-The Pennsylvania Turnpike

When you shift an entire state northward strange things start to happen. Philadelphia and Scranton disappear, the Maryland border runs across the middle of the state and the Susquehanna River starts flowing into the Delaware.
Thanks to Card Cow for the image.

America's Super Highway. Throughout the entire length of the Turnpike gasoline service stations and restaurants are located on both sides of the roadway at staggered points. The stations provided by the Standard Oil Co. Of Penna. Are unique and de luxe. They are built along early Pennsylvania architectural lines. the adjoining attractive restaurants are operated by the famous Howard Johnson

1 comment:

Michael5000 said...

Oh, man! Awesome bad map! I think MotW needs to expand to a good map and a bad map, weekly.