16 Roads, Bridges, and Places worth knowing about in Lancaster County

If you love old maps like I do, then you will enjoy this one from 1978…

1978 map of Lancaster County’s creeks, towns, and hills

If you love old maps like I do, then you will enjoy this one from 1978…

Southeast view of the City of Lancaster in 1978

If you love old maps like I do, then you will enjoy this one from 1978…

1978 Map of Lake Aldred on the Susquehanna River

If you love old maps like me, then you will enjoy this one from 1978 showing…

1978 Map of Lancaster County Central Park

If you love old maps like I do, then you will enjoy this one from 1978…

Map of Native American paths in Lancaster County

If you love old maps like I do, then you will enjoy this one from 1978…

1978 map of Lancaster County’s Covered Bridges

In 1978 Lancaster County had 34 covered bridges. Today, it's 29. Here's a great map showing…

Painting shows how the Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House in Lancaster likely looked in the late 1700s

Richard G. Hess painting shows how the Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House in Lancaster likely looked in the…

Art: The Pennsy Running on Time

Whoo-o-o . . . . Who-o-o . . . . Whoo, Whoo-o-o-o . . . .…

Art: Lancaster County Courthouse 1875

Here is the Lancaster County Courthouse, as seen in the '1875 Historical Atlas of Lancaster County.'

Art: Smith Tower on the Enola Low Grade

Pennsylvania Railroad's mightly M1 steam locomotive No. 6857 blasting its way westward past Smith Tower.

Art: ‘Doodle-Bug’ motor car of Mountville

"Doodle-Bug" motor car of Mountville pulls in on a cold winter morning with the day's mail.

Art: Manheim Trolley through Kauffman’s Park

Manheim Trolley

Art: Pequea Trolley in Martic Forge

Pequea Trolley in Martic Forge