Pennsylvania Cities and Towns A-Z

Getting all of these will be tough. There might be some townships or ghost towns thrown in as some letters have no corresponding cities.
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Last updated: December 29, 2013
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A - The Liberty Bell was hidden from the British Army here
B - Lehigh Valley's "Christmas city".
C - Initially named Finlandia by settling Swedes, set on the Delaware.
D - The disputed original Budweiser came from Frank Hahne's brewery
E - This bay city is the third largest wine producer in the US.
F - John Wilkes Booth started an oil company and performed in this town's opera house.
G - Seat of Westmoreland County and the first county seat established West of the Appalachians.
H - State Capital and home of the Walnut Street Bridge.
I - Ghost town in Centre County only accessible by an unpaved mountain road. (There are no PA cities starting with I)
J - The city of famous floods
K - Across the Susquehanna River from Wilkes Barre
L - Home of Arnold Palmer, Fred Rogers, Rolling Rock and the first banana split.
M - Where the Youghiogheny River meets the Monongahela River
N - Near the Ohio borderline, across from Youngstown, OH
New Castle
O - Headquarters of Pennzoil and Quaker State
Oil City
P - Steel city at the point of three rivers
Q - This Buck County Borough was founded by the Religious Society of Friends who's short form name became the town's namesake.
R - Fifth largest city in PA and sadly the nation's highest level of citizens living in poverty
S - Depictions of this Lackawanna County seat look a lot more like Burbank, CA on TV's The Office
U - This Fayette County seat played a role in the Underground Railroad and was the birthplace of the Big Mac
W - Neighboring S, Babe Ruth hit what is said to be the longest home run in baseball history here, 650 feet!
Y - The fourth Capitol of the nation, yet residents claim it was the first.
Z - Baron Dettmar Basse purchased 10,000 acres in what was at the time in Beaver and Butler counties naming it after his daughter.
Level 76
Apr 11, 2014
No cities or towns starting with "I"? Have you been to PA? Indiana for one.
Level 45
Apr 16, 2014
SloppyMatt, yes I have been to PA. Indiana is a borough, not a town or a city.
Level 65
Nov 8, 2014
I believe a borough and town are interchangeable. It just depends what the founders decided to call it.
Level 89
Feb 16, 2016
Boroughs and towns are not interchangeable in PA. In fact, the state does not use the classification 'town' at all; the sole exception is Bloomsburg. So, all places beginning with I are boroughs or cities, not towns.
Level 46
Aug 1, 2022
Fun quiz but "Cities and Boroughs" would've been better than saying "Cities and Towns" when the only "town" is Bloomsburg and that's not on this quiz. As others have mentioned there are boroughs like Indiana for the letter I.