This York County mystery place just looks like it has an interesting past. And it does.

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History Mystery: This place just looks like it has significance – and it does. This landmark served as a railroad hotel and restaurant to serve Northern Central Railway riders after it went up in 1883. It served as a stop for people coming into town from the York County, Pa., countryside as well. It has been remodeled several times over the decades and serves as an eatery today. Can you locate this place? Answer. If you want to see reader comments on this place, check out these Facebook comments. Also of interest: For a host of quizzes and (fun) tests from the past. check out: History Mystery.

Here are 5 more History Mystery quizzes about York County. (If the photo does not appear on your mobile device, please click on the date … .

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Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Tuesday, July 14, 2015

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History Mystery: This old #YorkCountyPa mill is familar to many from the road. But how about identifying it from the…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Sunday, July 19, 2015

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History Mystery: This gazebo made its way from the 1876 Centennial Celebration in Philadelphia to the home of one of the…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Saturday, July 18, 2015

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Remember this place?

Posted by The Evening Sun on Sunday, July 19, 2015

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History Mystery: The outside of this historic #YorkPa building is well known. But the interior, seen here in 2005,…

Posted by York Daily Record/Sunday News on Monday, July 20, 2015

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Guest tweet, from the YDR’s Scott Blanchard:


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To see all past York Town Square posts with short descriptions, visit these archives.

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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