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Best of the best Hanover/Adams photos in 2013

Love these photo galleries of the year, this one from the Hanover Evening Sun’s gallery. This one, of course, points back to the padlocking of the Gettysburg National Military Park, specifically Soldiers’ National Cemetery.

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The view from this York, Pa. mansion’s front porch

The Frey family, owners of a coal business in York, Pa., lived in this mansion for three generations. It later became offices for Buchart-Horn. Now a restaurant is moving in this South Richland Street mansion, appropriately called the Front Porch Cafe.

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York County history mystery intersection: It’s one to avoid, wherever it is

This is York County, Pa.’s, Longstown, where Mount Rose and Cape Horn roads meet, circa 1948. The same crossroads is pictured above.

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A crack, a lean and Mount Wolf’s smokestack came down: Linked in to York County history, Sept. 20, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers demolition of another smokestack in York County, a view of a piece of the Electric Map and Voith’s 135th anniversary.

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Bet you can’t resist these York Fair photographs: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Sept. 10, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers Foust distillery bottles, DNA research by genealogists and an update on the Gettysburg Seminary Ridge Museum.

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Old, new Conewago bridges keep each other company: Linked in with neat York County history stuff, Aug. 23, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers the old Ganoga Bridge, the old Gettysburg Cyclorama and the soon to be demolished smokestack at the old Foust distillery.

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Foustown now a ghost town: Raid there once netted 300 barrels of quality firewater

The William Foust distillery outside Glen Rock was a village in itself. Only a smokestack, deteriorating superstructure and houses remain of this once-bustling company town in an undulating part of York County that serves as a reminder of one of … Continue reading

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