Tag Archives: Evening Sun

History Mystery photo: Surely, this is York County, Pa., at its best – with lights on or off

Some YorkTownSquare readers have seen this wonderful photograph before. Perhaps you found it easy to ID the location. Maybe the road signs gave it away. Or perhaps you’re stumped. Well, the answer is below, with a fun wrinkle. It’s the … Continue reading

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Old Watling scale rescued from York’s HiWay Theater: It still tells your weight – and your fortune

York County’s Bill Schmeer read a YorkTownSquare story in the newspaper about old West Market Street HiWay Theater, past and present. This prompted him to write about this artifact that he rescued from the old York moviehouse. It’s a scale … Continue reading

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Along York’s West Philadelphia Street: One spot says a lot

Linked in/Neat stuff: Tanger Hardware building’s tenant/Fire equipment displayed Ten years ago, this scene captured one of several new projects sprouting around York. It says a lot. You have the Susquehanna Commerce Center, prime professional office space, that went up on … Continue reading

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