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Route 23 to be closed during day tomorrow through Friday

Starting tomorrow, Wednesday the 22nd, and ending on Friday the 24th, Route 23 will be closed between Pawlings Rd. and Ferry Lane for 'Cinema Production'. On Wednesday and Thursday, the road will be closed from 9am-3pm. On Friday, it will be closed from 9am-9pm.

The PennDOT site indicates that detour signs will be up to help direct traffic. I would imagine they will direct you north to the intersection of Ferry and Pawlings.


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Thanks to reader Brian for pointing out the fact that signs were put up earlier this week.

Source: PennDOT


Update: It appears that the reason for the closing is the filming of M. Night Shyamalan's new movie, The Happening which starts Mark Wahlberg. For more information on the movie, see IMDB.com

Comments

Anonymous said…
whooo whooo caught a glipse of M.Night Shyamalan today!.....Hope to catch Mark Whalberg on Friday
Lori said…
I've got some photos of Mark on my blog. I work across the street from the G-Lodge.
Julie said…
So, what happened to the G-Lodge. It's all new signs and a silly new name (not that anyone will ever use it).

Did they change it for the movie? Is it staying? Is it new management?

Curious minds want to know...
JW said…
There was an article in last week's Phoenix (sorry, I don't have a link) that seemed to indicate the signs were brought in solely for the shoot and that it will remain the G-Lodge.
Unknown said…
Does anyone have any idea where they are shooting now? I will give ANYTHING to catch a glimpse of Mark Wahlberg!
Unknown said…
Sorry- I didn't say what date I was leaving the comment - 9/5/07

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