Found with modification to the description. The bolt is located in the top of the second stone from the top of the northwest coping wall of the NCRR Trail bridge over Beetree Run, about 35 feet west of the centerline of the trail, two feet below the level of the trail surface, and at handheld coordinates N39-43.173 W076-41.849. To reach from the intersection of West Main Street and South Front Street in downtown New Freedom, PA, go south on South Front Street (aka New Freedom Road) for 0.88 miles to Singer Road, turn left and go northeast non Singer for 0.12 miles to Orwig Road, turn right and go southeast on Orwig for 0.45 miles and where Orwig crosses the NCRR Trail, pack south on the trail for 0.2 miles to the bridge and the mark on the right.
This is also the closest station to an original Mason-Dixon stone (USGS #51, no-PID). The MASDIX stone is located 0.25 miles northeast of JV1534, about 140 feet south of the centerline of Orwig Road, about 95 feet west of the west edge of Keeney Road, about 40 feet south of and ten feet lower than the centerline of an east-west berm along the south side of a catchment basin, about 70 feet west of the west end of the headwall for an outlet for the basin, about 90 feet west-southwest of the southwest corner of a small substation, and at handheld coordinates N39-43.266 W076-41.609. The stone is in good condition and projects about 14 inches. To reach from the point where Orwig Road crosses the NCRR Trail, go easterly on Orwig for about 0.28 miles, turn right on Keeney and go south for about 130 feet, and pack west for about 140 feet to the stone.
See the Waymark file at: http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM196A
[This entry was edited by seventhings on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 1:36:46 PM.]
[Photos:]JV1534 - the Mark
JV1534 in Baltimore Co., MD
Looking south, the mark is about 35 feet to the right of the white notebook on the right edge of the trail, center.
MASDIX USGS #51 (no-PID)
The M (south) face
MASDIX USGS #51 (no-PID), Baltimore Co., MD
Looking west, the stone is at center in the leaves.