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Old York Armory has served through wars and rumors of wars

Picturing York shows a familiar landmark, a before-and-after photograph of the National Guard Armory on North George Street in York, Pa. Check individual photos plus a special slider that lets you explore the old armory, then and now: National Guard. Notice the flood control work that has been done to the bank of the Codorus Creek in these two scenes.

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Pensupreme site on Codorus Creek’s north bank home to dairies for decades: Linked in to York County history, Dec. 1, 2012

Yorktownsquare.com covers Devil’s Hole, the old Pensupreme dairy, Elmwood Mansion, and a military memorabilia sale at Scarecrow Farm

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