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Negro Mountain Tunnel

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The Negro Mountain Tunnel is a tunnel located in Negro Mountain in Somerset County, Pennsylvania. It was built by New York Central Railroad as part of the proposed but never completed South Pennsylvania Railroad, which over time became known as "Vanderbilt's Folly". The tunnel is located near milepost 116.7 on the Pennsylvania Turnpike where it is ten miles east of the Quemahoning Tunnel, 16 miles east of the Laurel Hill Tunnel, and seven miles west of the Allegheny Mountain Tunnel currently used by the Turnpike.
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