Daily Archives: April 8, 2011

Remembering two York, Pa.-area airplane crashes, one deadly

This scene of a fatal plane crash comes from Winter’s Airstrip in West York, Pa., in July 1937. The pilot, William Winter died. His passenger survived. The airstrip was one of more than 50 that have operated in York County … Continue reading

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Seven Valleys – From rail to rail trail: The boroughs of York County series, No. 9

The York County, Pa., borough of Seven Valleys is being defined by the tourism traffic created by the Heritage Rail Trail County Park. But its old buildings, including this old jail, help mark the town as a place for cyclists … Continue reading

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