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Fort Loudon

Fort Loudon is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Peters Township, Franklin County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census the population was 886.HistoryThe community is named after the colonial Fort Loudoun, built in 1756 during the French and Indian War. A replica of the fort, built in 1993, stands at the corner of US 30 and Brooklyn Road North, at the southeast corner of the CDP.A post office called Loudon was established in 1814, and the name was changed to Fort Loudon in 1883.GeographyFort Loudon is located in western Franklin County in the valley of the West Branch Conococheague Creek, with Cove Mountain to the west, Kittatinny Mountain to the north, and Parnell Knob to the east. U.S. Route 30, the Lincoln Highway, passes through the community, leading west 8mi to McConnellsburg and east to Chambersburg, the Franklin County seat. Pennsylvania Route 75 crosses US 30 southwest of the town center, leading north up the Path Valley to Fannettsburg and south 6mi to Mercersburg.
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