Barnesville, Pennsylvania

Barnesville is an unincorporated community in Ryan Township, Pennsylvania, United States. Originally built to support nearby rust belt industries, the hamlet is between the center and eastern thirds of the Southern Anthracite Coal Region. The community is part of a wide-ranging township and is situated atop a summit and drainage divide flanked b…
Barnesville is an unincorporated community in Ryan Township, Pennsylvania, United States. Originally built to support nearby rust belt industries, the hamlet is between the center and eastern thirds of the Southern Anthracite Coal Region. The community is part of a wide-ranging township and is situated atop a summit and drainage divide flanked by two long climbs that are traversed by local transport infrastructure, railways with an important switching junction within the village, and Pennsylvania Route 54, which collects towns like beads on a string along a particular combination of connected valleys in the Ridge-and-Valley Appalachians.
  • Elevation: 1,122 ft (342 m)
  • Country: United States
  • State: Pennsylvania
  • County: Schuylkill
  • ZIP Code: 18214
  • Area code: 570
  • Time zone: UTC-4 (EST)
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