Photo series to feature York County’s four corners
The walls of an old warehouse stand in the wilderness along Michael Creek in the southeastern tip of York County. The warehouse stored agricultural products for the Cooper family before they were shipped to Baltimore on the Susquehanna and Tidewater Canal.
York Daily Record/Sunday News photographer Bil Bowden will soon unveil a series of photos and stories “The Four Corners.”
Bil visited the reaches of York County to find stories in its farthermost tips. The property of David and Nancy Yohn, where the above warehouse is located, is among them.
But wait, York County is more triangular than square in shape… .
Its base rests on the Mason-Dixon Line. It’s northern tip nods away from Harrisburg, courtesy of the Susquehanna River.
When Bil was presented with this problem, he simply replied, “We made four out of it.”