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Low-flying plane post leads the pack in YorkTownSquare.com’s Top 10 most viewed of 2013

A York Town Square post of a low-flying military plane gained more traffic than any other story in 2013. The plane circled the York-area sky on a busy Friday football night, capturing the attention of thousands of York countians. It then flew away. I put other military plane appearances – and crashes – in the post to give a sense of history.

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Did Abe Lincoln see this Hanover Junction clock? Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Aug. 1, 2012

Clock that hung in Hanover Junction, site of Abraham Lincoln’s visit, is up for sale at an Adams County auction house.

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Check out the top 10 York Town Square posts in 2011

A post about the Warehime-Myers Mansion, now in the hands of the Hanover (Pa.) Area Historical Society, scored number seven on the most-viewed list on yorktownsquare.com blog in 2011. People must have loved the stories and photographs of this richly … Continue reading

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A 1960s view of Continental Square from the air: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Dec. 13, 2011

This photograph, from the collection of the late Eddie Schaeberle of York, Pa., arrived in the York Daily Record/Sunday News newsroom with good timing. This aerial view showed Continental Square, the crossroads slightly left of center, circa mid-1960s. On the … Continue reading

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My, how Loucks Road has changed: Linked in with neat York County, Pa., history stuff – April 7, 2010

This 1961 aerial photograph, found in York County Heritage Trust files, shows Loucks Road running left to right before the Route 30 by-passed came through. That’s Fireside in the foreground and Route 83, fully opened two years earlier, can be … Continue reading

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Red Lion’s Ebert Furniture: From bedroom suites to gunstocks

This Yorktownsquare.com post includes contact information for those with questions about Ebert Furniture, the former Red Lion manufacturer, whose furniture resides in home around the world.

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