Glen Rock’s Main Street at the railroad tracks is stacked with snow. This circa 1912 photograph comes courtesy of John Hufnagel of the Glen Rock Historic Preservation Society. Also of interest: . Otts Hufnagel writes about Glen Rock’s first mill, aka, the Glen Rock Mill Inn
There’s a growing suspicion among many that we just don’t get the deep snows like we did years ago.
Glen Rock-area historian John “Otts” Hufnagel is one of them, and he has photographs to prove it.
“Just wanted to tell you that I think the snows of years ago were much deeper than they are now a days,” he wrote in an email. “I attached a few shots of snows in Glen Rock from long ago.”
We report about the deep snows of yesterday. You decide.
Here they are:
Hanover Street, looking south from Cottage Avenue, 1940s.
Also of interest about Glen Rock:
– Museum goer: ‘I really like these old pictures of Glen Rock’.
– Parade Music Prince Roland Seitz: From Shrewsbury Township -Glen Rock to Friday Night Lights.
– Mystery of Glen Rock-area’s Narrow Gauge Road deepens.
– This time, entrepreneur in York County’s Glen Rock bet on the wrong horse.
– Glen Rock hilltop farm: ‘You cannot stay stressed here for long’.
– Add obscure marker to list of things to see in Glen Rock
– Glen Rock marked site of AMP/Tyco’s first Pa. plant .
– Foustown now a ghost town: Raid there once netted 300 barrels of quality firewater.