Posted by Joan Concilio Central/Eastern, It used to be...2 Comments
Any memories of what used to be the North Mall (where The Crossroads or Manchester Crossroads is now) in Manchester Township, on Route 30?
Although it was still primarily a strip mall, there used to be an indoor part where you went from one level to the other, and in there was the first Orange Julius stand I ever experienced.
Regular readers of this blog will soon learn that I could basically live on hot dogs. And the OJ hot dogs were amazing. (I could pretty much care less about 80 varieties of smoothies, sorry.)
Though it’s not mentioned on the Dead Malls page, it definitely should be (and you should check out the other York County malls in that feature, some of which I’ll write about in the future!)
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I am surprised that no one has mentioned the Feller’s clothing store in the North Mall. Maybe I’m older than I thought! It was an original tenant based in Harrisburg and was operating a store in the York County Shopping Center at that time. The store was divided in half with the Women’s Department in the east side (towards the Fields store) and the west half devoted to the Men’s Department
There was also a DeVono’s Men’s Store next to Feller’s. (Another store chain that has disappeared from York County). Both were located across the mall from the GC Murphy store with The Orange Julius right in front of the stores. There was also a Rodgers Toy store further up the mall and a Peoples’ Drug Store across the aisle.
Don’t remember Fellers, but I remember Wiest’s