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History Mystery photo: Surely, this is York County, Pa., at its best – with lights on or off

Some YorkTownSquare readers have seen this wonderful photograph before. Perhaps you found it easy to ID the location. Maybe the road signs gave it away. Or perhaps you’re stumped. Well, the answer is below, with a fun wrinkle. It’s the … Continue reading

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Old York Flour Mill grinds away: ‘In the end, we’re all just millers’

The old York Flour Mill, now operated by Conagra, operates quietly near the Codorus Creek, north of York, Pa., as it has done for decades. Pictured here is a bunch of screwballs, used as part of the milling filtering process. … Continue reading

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