Newport Gap Pike, Lancaster Pike
Southbound Views
Welcome to Delaware! Gap Newport Pike (PA 41) becomes Lancaster Pike at the state line.
Photos taken May 2017.
Old Lancaster Pike splits off to the right, and then there is a traffic light at Valley Road.
Photos taken May 2017.
Lancaster Pike widens to become a four-lane divided road.
Photos taken May 2017.
Lancaster Pike narrows down to two lanes again.
Photos taken May 2017.
The roadway splits. Bear right onto Newport Gap Pike to stay on DE 41. Lancaster Pike continues straight ahead as DE 48.
Photo taken May 2017.
Newport Gap Pike runs south as a two-lane road. It has a median in some places, but in most it is undivided.
Photos taken May 2017.
There is a traffic light at Faulkland Road (DE 34). Turn left to go east or right to go west.
Photos taken May 2017.
Newport Gap Pike continues south as a two-lane road.
Photos taken May 2017.
There is a traffic light at Kirkwood Highway (DE 2). Turn left to go east or right to go west. DE 41 ends here. Newport Gap Pike continues straight ahead as DE 62.
Photos taken May 2017.

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