An unnamed reader recalled former downtown businesses along East Market Street, including a newsstand, a theater, a sporting goods store, a popular club, some service stations and more!
Only in York County readers wonder about the name origins of such places as Canal Road, Cousler Park and Battle Hill Road, and wonder why an unusual name appears on a borough map.
One reader shared a very cool brochure from the former Playland roller skating rink in York County, Pa., and other readers recall skating there and elsewhere.
Only in York County readers talk about an ear, nose and throat doctor named Dr. Docktor as well as several other interesting or apt local names.
Only in York County readers Lois (Bupp) Wood and Virginia Lease share their memories of the former Cherry Top ice cream shop in York. Virginia also talks about the chinquapin tree, a relative of the chestnut.
Betty Hoffman Leckrone shared a 1969 brochure from York County’s North Mall. The brochure, sent in honor of the mall’s opening, listed all the stores at the time.
Only in York County readers shared their memories of the former L&H 5-and-10 in Dallastown and stories related to Harry Allaman and Allaman Maytag. Another reader is seeking info on the former M&H Pure Foods.