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…

Side Quest: Explore the wreckage of the Safe Harbor Christmas train accident

What happens when a freight train collides with a 3-ton boulder? Train engineer William Neway found…

Side Quest: Goff Run Culvert

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

Side Quest: Forgotten Structure of the Susquehanna

Less than 100 feet from the Susquehanna River nestled beside the Columbia and Port Deposit Railroad…

Side Quest: Quarryville’s South Fork Big Beaver Creek Culvert

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

Side Quest: Waterfall Culvert of Fairview Road

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

Side Quest: Tour the massive Culvert of Little Beaver Creek

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

Side Quest: Why does the Enola Low-Grade have a medieval castle turret?

This isn't a medieval castle turret overlooking the Enola Low-Grade. It's the gatehouse to a 500,000-gallon…

Side Quest: Side-by-Side Culverts of Lakewood Drive

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

Join the search for Lancaster County’s oldest tombstone

The question is simple. Where is Lancaster County’s oldest tombstone located? Finding the answer is harder…

Side Quest: Tour the Enola Low-Grade’s tunnel inside of a tunnel

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

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…

Side Quest: Discover Lock 15 of the Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal

Hidden between the Norman Wood Bridge and Muddy Creek on the eastern edge of York County…

Side Quest: Explore York County’s Lock 13

Hidden between the Norman Wood Bridge and Muddy Creek on the eastern edge of York County…

Side Quest: Brave the darkness of the Colemanville Church Road Tunnel

One of the approximately 80 beautifully constructed tunnels, culverts, and bridges that were constructed along the…

Side Quest: If you don’t like small spaces don’t visit the double tunnel beneath the Enola Low-Grade

Location of the double tunnel: 39°54’31.3″N 76°22’08.0″W

Side Quest: Investigate the ruins of Lock 12

Lock 12 is one of the most well-preserved locks of the old Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal.…

Side Quest: Survey the Ruins of Mill Creek

These crumbling foundations were once part of an old mill found along the aptly named Mill…

Side Quest: Crawl into this Small Tunnel in Shenks Ferry

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

Side Quest: Red Hill Road’s abandoned tunnel

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