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Old Smyser-Royer building’s rebirth is one of York, Pa.’s, brightest success stories

Linked in/Neat stuff: Lefty George’s number?/Powwowing, Lancaster County style Artist Cliff Satterthwaite sent in this undated photograph from a color slide (remember those) of a mystery building. Well, the car in this picture indicates it was from the 1960s or 1970s. And … Continue reading

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How do you demall a mall? West Manchester Mall is example

Linked in/Neat stuff: George Trout’s book/York City in motionThis rendering shows what the West Manchester Mall will look like when it’s demalled. Turning malls inside out is becoming common today, making the climate-controlled covered shopping center experience a thing of … Continue reading

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Clang, clang, clang went the trolley. Linked in with neat history stuff, Jan. 13, 2012

  Postcards and souvenir photos, such as this one provided by York countian Larry Good, covered a variety of topics, even routine and everyday community sites. This is the trolley station in Mount Wolf. ‘… I don’t know what year,’ … Continue reading

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Great Balls of Fire, York’s Memorial Park to spin back to 50s

George Trout has many signed baseballs from the York White Roses, prime occupants of stadium in Veterans Memorial Park in the 1950s and 1960. Trout was the public address announcer for the White Roses in 1955. When he couldn’t confirm … Continue reading

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