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Buttermilk Falls in Beaver County. Homewood Sandstone (link is external), a common building material in 19th century western Pennsylvania, was quarried on the site.
Wycoff Run Waterfall in Cameron County, PA.
Small stream cutting through Shingletown Gap near State College.
Large diabase boulders at Devil's Den, Gettysburg National Park.
Outcrop of Bald Eagle sandstone at Shingletown Gap. Bald Eagle and Tuscarora sandstones make up many of the ridges of the central part of PA.
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