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Interstate 78 east

Interstate 78 has its western terminus in Union Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, splitting from Interstate 81 at exit 89. I-81 heads north toward Hazleton and the Wyoming Valley, while I-78 forges eastward to the Lehigh Valley and ultimately New York City. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

The exit 89 gore point. I-78's eastbound carriageway begins here. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

A ramp from southbound I-81 subsequently merges in from the left. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

This portion of I-78 is dedicated to the Army's 78th Infantry. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

Pennsylvania Route 72 crosses over here. It is directly accessible from I-81 just to the north. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

I-78 then crosses over the Swatara Creek, outside of the borough of Jonestown. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

On this note, I-78 pushes east. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

Esther's Restaurant, "a great place to eat", is accessible from the forthcoming exit. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

Exit 6 (previously exit 1), Pennsylvania Route 343 toward Lebanon and Fredericksburg, is two miles ahead. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

The aforementioned Esther's is listed by this blue sign in the meantime. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

Exit 6 has been reached. PA 343's north end is here; thus both control cities are southbound, with Fredericksburg actually coming first, at US 22. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

PA 343 crosses over the highway here. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

Past exit 6, which is a partial interchange, the highway passes by a distribution center for Redner's Warehouse Markets. Photo taken 11-07-2016.

U.S. Route 22 is preparing to merge onto I-78, in another partial interchange that serves as a complement to the previous one. Photo taken 11-07-2016.