These old York, Pa., ghost steps were made to walk on, but if they could talk … .


The steps rise at Indian Steps Museum, but this is not the staircase that gave this southeastern York County site it name. Those came from steps made from rocks that led to the nearby Susquehanna River. Also of interest:  These old York County steps: Where did they lead?

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The specialty today is steps, usually leading to nowhere.

Ghost stairs, you might say.

In their day, most led to often accessed or very public places.

Take the photo gallery tour, right, of these often obscure steps from several places around York County, Pa.

For more info about these steps, check out: Interest climbs in these old York, Pa., stairs.


Looking down the up staircase at Indian Steps Museum. Also of interest: 7 reasons why Indian Steps Museum is so amazing.

About Jim McClure

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