The terminus is an interchange with the Selinsgrove bypass.
When traveling northbound on PA 35, as the view in the above photo shows, one will first encounter the old northern terminus of PA 35 at Market Street, which US 11/US 15 followed before the 1970s. PA 35 used to end at the blinking red lights shown in this photo, but was extended eastward for less than a half mile when the bypass was completed.
This photo shows the view of the same intersection, the old PA 35 northern terminus, from northbound Market Street. PA 35 runs southbound to the left as shown, and also northbound to the right to meet US 11/US 15. The old northern terminus of US 522, with a history similar to this one, is two miles to the north.
To give you an idea of how close the termini of PA 35 and 641 are. The Bee's provide this map scan.
You can see that just before ending at US 522 both highways cross each other. Barb and John told me that they only had to walk a total of about 20 feet to get the end sign photos for both routes.
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