Place:Orson, Wayne, Pennsylvania, United States

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NameOrson
TypeInhabited place
Coordinates41.8°N 75.433°W
Located inWayne, Pennsylvania, United States
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Orson is a village in Preston Township, Wayne County, Pennsylvania. It was once an important depot of the Scranton Division of the New York, Ontario & Western (O&W) Railway, but today, when it is known outside of its immediate vicinity, it is largely for being the site of the intersection of two state roads, Belmont Turnpike (partially concurrent with Pennsylvania Route 670, or PA-670) and Crosstown Highway (entirely concurrent with PA-370), or as the location of Independent Lake Camp (ILC), since ILC's reputation and commercial reach, like those of most rural American summer camps, extend beyond the community in which the camp is physically located.

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