What’s interesting about Huntingdon?  Well, for a town in west central Pennsylvania, the streets are unusually narrow.  Due to its advantageous position along the Juniata River, Huntingdon was incorporated earlier than most boroughs in this part of the state (1796).  As such, you cannot help but feel a bit squeezed traveling its streets.  Of course this makes taking photographs difficult.  Huntingdon also has an active Shade Tree Commission, and many buildings are obscured behind trees that grow only a few feet from the buildings.  There is also less room for overhead utility lines, so they are difficult to avoid.

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