Category Archives: Wheels of York

See new York Town Square stories and photos at this link

On our 10th-year anniversary of blogging, York Town Square is moving to another platform on the York Daily Record’s brand new website, WWW.YDR.com.

York Town blog’s new address is WWW.YDR.COM/blog/yorktownsquare. So please bookmark it.

Posted in 1st Moravian, A civil action, A.B. Farquhar, Abe Lincoln was here, Aircraft & airports, Alcohol & tobacco, All politics is local, All presidential stops, American Revolution, Antiquing & artifacts, Archives, all posts, Art & artists, Bad weather, Black history, Books & reading, Civil War, Cliff Satterthwaite, Cops & courts, Delta Welsh quarryman, Events, Explanations/controversy, Famous York visitors, Farms, fields & mills, Fires & firefighters, For photo fans, Genealogy/research, God & York County, Harley-Davidson, Heroes, Hex murder, History video channel, J. Horace Rudy, Jeff Koons, Latino/Hispanic history, Lewis Miller, Linked in/neat stuff, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Longtime York families, Lorann Jacobs, Made in York, Mail bag, Medical/health stuff, Mount Wolf - The Town, Murals of York, Music & musicians, N.Y. Wire/Whistle, Nostalgia & memories, Notable images, One-room schools, Pain & trauma, People, Pets & animals, Picturing History, Quizzes & (fun) tests, Rob Evans, School days, Small-town life, Susquehanna, waterways, Susquehannocks/Conestogas, The Pennsylvania Dutch, Uncategorized, Underground Railroad, Unsung/obscure sites, Vietnam War, Walt Partymiller, War, Wheels of York, William Falkler, William Wagner, Women's history, World War I, World War II, York Barbell, York celebrities, York City neighborhoods, York County aerial photos, York County at is best, York County's Tom Wolf, York County's towns, York High achievers, York Revs/pros, York Safe & Lock, York sports, Yorkco, YorkEats: Hogmaw & such | Tagged | 1 Comment

Oversized public art in York County, Pa.: ‘The green bike’s seat is a bit over 10′ high’

Linked in/Neat stuff, below: New book on Gen. Jacob L. Devers/Mystery statue York County, Pa., is serious about its public art. These sculptures, presented on the VeloPhoto York blog,  stand along the York County’s main rail trail north of Seven … Continue reading

Posted in Antiquing & artifacts, Archives, all posts, Art & artists, Books & reading, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local landmarks, Lorann Jacobs, Unsung/obscure sites, War, Wheels of York, World War II | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Oversized public art in York County, Pa.: ‘The green bike’s seat is a bit over 10′ high’

Abe Lincoln was here: Really, he was – in Hanover Junction. This garden reminds you of his visit

Linked in/Neat stuff: Where is George Washington Memorial Plaza?/Unsung York Town Craftsmen Guild profiled This garden, easy to overlook, is tucked near the road and the historic train station at Hanover Junction. Its focus point is a bust of Abraham … Continue reading

Posted in Abe Lincoln was here, Archives, all posts, Art & artists, Civil War, Explanations/controversy, Farms, fields & mills, For photo fans, J. Horace Rudy, Linked in/neat stuff, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Unsung/obscure sites, War, Wheels of York | Tagged , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Abe Lincoln was here: Really, he was – in Hanover Junction. This garden reminds you of his visit

Change in York, Pa.: Compelling photo tells the story of an old neighborhood coming down

Linked in/Neat stuff: Jacob Devers & Ike Eisenhower/Reuse for Met Ed’s old steam plant We hear from former Yorkers living elsewhere that photos of change in real time – like this one by the York, Pa., Daily Record’s Paul Kuehnel … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Linked in/neat stuff, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Made in York, Unsung/obscure sites, War, Wheels of York, World War II | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Change in York, Pa.: Compelling photo tells the story of an old neighborhood coming down

When Milton D. Martin’s Quiet Reading Room was anything but quiet

An audience overflowed from Martin Library’s Silent Reading Room in a Fixing York forum this week. The library’s original benefactor Milton D. Martin, in the portrait, top center, looks on. Also of interest: The Who’s Who that have led the … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Events, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Wheels of York | Tagged , , , , , | Comments Off on When Milton D. Martin’s Quiet Reading Room was anything but quiet

Gen. Jacob L. Devers’ famous hero’s ride came in R. W. Bowman’s Cadillac

Gen. Jacob L. Devers receives a hero’s welcome back after leading two Allied armies in Europe in World War II. A York resident believes the Cadillac he is riding in was owned by his grandfather. This photo is part of … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Events, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local journalism & Web, Mail bag, War, Wheels of York, World War II, York celebrities, York High achievers | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Gen. Jacob L. Devers’ famous hero’s ride came in R. W. Bowman’s Cadillac

65 years in York, Pa.: Three generations of Hayman photographers have rolled from film to digital

Pros at Hayman Studio mug for the camera at the North York commercial photographer’s quarter-century mark in the late 1970s. The third-generation firm of photographers is celebrating its 65th anniversary this year. Also of interest: Check out this view of … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Art & artists, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local journalism & Web, Longtime York families, Mail bag, Notable images, People, Wheels of York | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

Change in York County, Pa.? Yes, here’s one example of how it happens all the time

Linked in/Neat stuff, below: Guess what year these photos were taken?/New museum in Hanover Glen Rock Historic Preservation Society’s John ‘Otts’ Hufnagel noticed the ‘tunnels’ that carry the old Northern Central Railway – today’s county rail trail – over Route … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Linked in/neat stuff, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Unsung/obscure sites, Wheels of York, York sports, YorkEats: Hogmaw & such | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Change in York County, Pa.? Yes, here’s one example of how it happens all the time

5 more neat places to discover in your own York County backyard

Neat place No. 1: The cafe in New Freedom can be the endpoint for an afternoon out. Or a starting point. Here’s one option. Park on the York County’s rail trail in Railroad, just outside Shrewsbury, and walk the couple … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Books & reading, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local landmarks, Nostalgia & memories, Unsung/obscure sites, Wheels of York, York County's towns, YorkEats: Hogmaw & such | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on 5 more neat places to discover in your own York County backyard

Southern York County tunnels: An over-the-handlebars look

A recent VeloPhoto York blog post, telling about a 52-mile bike trip on and around the Heritage Rail Trail County Park, is headlined ‘3 Tunnels, 2 Firetrucks.’ York countian Rick Ramage covers the Howard Tunnel, which many people know about, … Continue reading

Posted in Archives, all posts, Explanations/controversy, For photo fans, Local journalism & Web, Local landmarks, Susquehanna, waterways, Unsung/obscure sites, Wheels of York | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments