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Race Against Time! Exploring the abandoned Kingsley Tower before its destruction

A Fourth of July weekend road trip turned into a race against time as I attempt…

Sehner-Ellicott-von Hess House: Home to the surveyor who helped define America

Today, 123 North Prince Street houses the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County, but in the…

Side Quest: Visit one of Lancaster’s oldest structures – Byerland Mennonite Meetinghouse

Most Lancastrians know that the Hans Herr House is the oldest building still standing in the…

Holtwood and Safe Harbor weren’t Lancaster’s only hydroelectric dams. Enter the Colemanville Water & Power Company

In 1905, Holtwood wasn’t the only hydroelectric dam being built. In the sleepy hamlet of Colemanville,…

Sickman’s Mill: A stone monument to a forgotten time

Sickman's Mill located along the banks of the Pequea Creek is a monument to a forgotten…

Visit ancient Eygpt without ever leaving Lancaster County

Like the Pharaohs of old, "Lancaster's Westminster Abbey" acts to preserve the remains of Lancaster's noblest…

Side Quest: The Abandoned Houses of Trolley Road

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Side Quest: Go inside St. Charles Furnace

Click here for the GPS location St. Charles Furnace Learn more about the St. Charles Furnace…

Side Quest: Survey the abandoned buildings of Camp Snyder

For those brave enough to venture below Enola Low-Grade, scores of beautifully constructed tunnels and culverts…

Haunted Lancaster: The Laughing Ghost of Gonder Mansion

Behind the walls of the Strasburg's most beautiful home lies a dark secret. More than 100…