On the way back from a trip to PA we drove by this amazing road cut. I got so excited my SO stopped so we could get out and look. This is an amazing example of a synclinal fold in the basin and range Province of the Appalachians. I learned that this location is Sideling Hill and it was used as an educational site for a while until it lost funding. One of my cohort told me they went their during their sedimentology and stratigraphy field work course! I’m super jealous. There is a coal seam in their somewhere too, but it was too cloudy for me to even see the top of the structure.