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Stone Mill 1792 and other wedding venues: York, Pa.’s, location remains a great asset

This restored mill looks great from the road. Same thing close up. The York, Pa., Daily Record received a tour of this wedding venue and came up with this lineup of photographs showing this impressive place. Stone Mill 1792 is one of several wedding venues opening around York County. But York County isn’t in danger of having too many such venues, a YDR story states.

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Last trolley car clanged along York County’s street 75 years ago. No. 163 rolls today in museum

Trolley No. 163 is seen running along York, Pa.’s, streets. That car still runs, through the Central Pennsylvania countryside at Rockhill Furnace in Huntingdon County.

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