The Southern end going into Towanda will be just off the Route 220 Highways, on the first exist its a sharp corner then a nice little resturant on your right (The Pepper Shaker) then the old vacant ames store about 8-10 homes and a little street that says Church Street, TURNING Right, it is across from the one of the school buildings,( 1/4 aprox) and it is hidden by a large overgrown lilac bush and between the corner town house style buiding, But if you miss that right, 1 block away is airport road Route 2024 TURN RIGHT there ro your right.
If you are coming from Towanda or Route 6 turn at right at the Franklin Street Bridge in Towanda travel south about 1 mile the you will see signs direction you to the the Airport. You will turn on the left on Route 2024 its a little steep street full of homes then a local liquor establishment known as "The bucket" contuine over the railroad tracks across and area we call the flats it is all corn fields now on thehard towards the airport which site lower in the right hand side of the flats, you will come to an old iron bridge, (One lane with barrels on the inside) its safe but were getting a new one come march. The end of the bridge a sharp corner but stay on the hard top you are now in small community known as "Woodside" about 8 homes set along the main road contuine into the mountains YOU will come to a Glen, It is a very winding road throught the mountain. Its will be about 3/4 of mile long, then you will be coming to a Y at the top STAY ON hardtop still going 2024. You have about 1 mile of pleasent farm land to travel then you will see the Liberty Corners Church on your Right. A very nice old country church still used by the community for services. You are in the heart of farming country! At the church Turn RIGHT on gravel road travel abot 1 1/2 city blocks and the cemetary sits on your left there is a mobile home just before it but shares one of the driveways with the cemetery. Its a little over 4 1/@ miles from Towanda Boro and the same coming from Route 220. If you need more help you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you need some I am familar with many of the old graves.