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YorksPast readership continues to grow, thanks to all my new and loyal readers! The Susquehanna Trail continues to be a very popular topic; after two more Friday posts, it will end as a successful 19 part series. November also saw increased readership of my novel, Railcar Gold, that appears every

Story of the Susquehanna Trail in the Good Roads Movement: Part 8 Route 250, through York Haven, is highlighted on this State Highway Department map from 1915. In 1918, Route 250 is North George Street in York that heads through Emigsville, Manchester Boro, York Haven Boro, Newberrytown, Lewisberry Boro, Bunches,

Story of the Susquehanna Trail in the Good Roads Movement: Part 7 In 1918, the Board of Governors of the Susquehanna Trail Association visited York on June 12th and Gettysburg on June 13th; to help them decide which city would be the terminus of the southern extension of the Susquehanna

Story of the Susquehanna Trail in the Good Roads Movement: Part 5 By the fall of 1917, the Board of Governors of the Susquehanna Trail Association had selected the road segments they would champion as the Susquehanna Trail between Harrisburg and the New York state line. With a new year,