The city of Warren was founded in 1795. It was named after General Joseph Warren who, while serving in the battle of Bunker Hill, was killed in combat. Warren is located in Northwest Pennsylvania and sits alongside the Allegheny River. It is the county seat of Warren County. Located nearby are Allegheny National Forest and Chapman State Park. My husband and I live in Warren.
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Wow great! I love your photos Linda, you know that! They are very inspiring most specially for me as i also use Olympus cameras.
Thank you, Andrea!
Beautiful!! Of course, I’m abit prejudice! No, really, it was gorgeous!
I love them all but the one of Warr Penn tunnel is my favorite of all I spent a lot of my childhood there.
Beautiful photos of a beautiful city! I remember walking along the creek just past the tunnel during visits to Warren as a child. Do you have any photos of the area further up the road?
If you search on North Warren bike in my blog, you will find a few posts with pictures about the Warren-North Warren Bike/Hike Trail. Posts about the Pioneer Arboretum would be appropriate as well.