Colorful fall foliage surrounds York, Pa. history mystery sites

Steam into History heads out of Glen Rock Sunday. Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News
1. The town is no mystery. And the train is from Steam into History’s excursion service. That’s no mystery because it’s the only train running on those tracks nowadays. So here’s the mystery. How many times did Abraham Lincoln pass through Glen Rock? Answer below. See four other colorful photographs by York Daily Record photographer Paul Kuehnel below scoring a two-fer: Sites with history surrounded by scenic foliage. Also of interest: Rocks in the Glen turns into a town where things happen. 

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York from Reservoir Hill Sunday October 12, 2014 Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News
2. What vantage point did Paul use to get this photograph? Answer below.

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Band Stand at Farquahr Park in York Sunday. Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News
3. This structure might be familiar to some, but many people might never have been up there. Answer below.

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The dam in the background at Lake Williams in Springfield Township Sunday. Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News
4. People drive by this lake all the time, but many don’t venture back to explore its shores. Where is this? (Answer below).

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The maples surrounding Kiwanis Lake in York are starting to fill with color Sunday. Paul Kuehnel - Daily Record/Sunday News
5. The foliage almost obscures this wonderful setting. Can you locate this? (Answer below).

Also of interest:
Check out more Paul Kuehnel fall foliage photographs at: YDR Media Center.

Quiz answers: 1) Three times: Before and after his Gettyburg address and when his funeral train traversed York County. 2) Reservoir Hill.  3) Farquhar Park Bandstand. 4) Lake Williams. 5) Kiwanis Lake.

About Jim McClure

Editor of the York Daily Record/Sunday News, ydr.com and its many digital products. Journalism/history blogger: yorktownsquare.com. Author or co-author of seven York County, Pa., history books.

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