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York County, Pa.: Discover these 5 neat places in your own backyard

This is a scene awaiting discovery in York County, Pa. This falls is near the preserved Lock 12 on the long-gone Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal in southeastern York County. Here’s a map of the old lock area. And a photo of the lock.

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Remains of the Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal await exploration in York County, Pa.

Lock 12: Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal, in southeastern York County The Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal connected Wrightsville and Havre de Grace in Maryland. It actually connected a large swath of Pennsylvania with ports in Maryland. Vestiges of the canal can be … Continue reading

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York, Pa.’s, City Market’s stubborn tower toppled into Duke Street

‘Picturing History,’ captures the old York City Market, then and now. The Princess & Duke Street covered markethouse was the grandest of them all – even more than the still-standing Central Market. But it came down, as did many architecturally significant York, Pa., buildings in the demolition boom of the 1960 and 1970s. Many wonderful buildings coming down in those days made way for parking lots or gas stations. The sprawling City Market provided space for both.

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