Scranton

noun an industrial city of northeastern Pennsylvania
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Scranton

[NJT station] The Scranton terminus would be a regional station near Steamtown. The new station would be built on Lackawanna Avenue along the northernmost track east of Bridge 60 (the railroad bridge over the Lackawanna River) and the Cliff Street underpass. For parking, the station will use about 30 spots in Steamtown`s existing lot. From ...
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Scranton

city, seat (1878) of Lackawanna county, northeastern Pennsylvania, U.S., in the Lackawanna River valley, on the western fringes of the Pocono ... [1 related articles]
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Scranton

Scranton, city (1990 pop. 81,805), seat of Lackawanna co., NE Pa., in a mountain region, on the Lackawanna River; settled in the 1700s, inc. 1866. Named for George W. Scranton, it is a commercial and industrial center of the surrounding anthracite coal region of NE Pennsylvania. Iron was first forge...
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Scranton

The USS Scranton is an American Los Angeles Class attack submarine equipped for anti-submarine warfare, intelligence gathering, show-of-force missions, insertion of special forces, strike missions, mining and search and rescue. The submarine is equipped with a vertical launch missile system with 12 launch tubes and is armed with the land-attack ver...
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Scranton

[n] - an industrial city of northeastern Pennsylvania
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