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Along the Susquehanna River: ‘We have the equivalent of a national park’

Here’s a spot that hasn’t yet been here on YorkTownSquare.com , and we specialize in finding favorite – and obscure – spots around here, Pinnacle Overlook on the Lancaster side of the Susquehanna. Lancaster County Conservancy has received the 80-acre scenic vista near Holtwood Dam from PPL Electric. A York Daily Record/Sunday New story on such developments along the Susquehanna brought forth this interesting viewpoint from Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area.

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Landmark Yorktowne Paper smokestack defies odds as a standing factory stack

Yorktowne Paperboard may soon reopen. The longtime business, which closed about a year ago, is easily located because of its smokestack bearing the company’s name visible along Interstate 83.

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