Where is the world is Webb’s Hill in York County?
The York Water Company’s reservoir is atop Webb’s Hill, also known as Shank’s or Shenk’s Hill. The reservoir is at photographer Dorcas Haverstick’s back, and the camera is pointing to York City in this February 2010 view.
Jack Stuckey, email@example.com, has queried about the location of Webb’s Hill. He has an relative with that surname.
He asked about Slate Ridge, too… .
Webb’s Hill is the hill south of York in Spring Garden Township. It’s known as the location of the two reservoirs owned by the York Water Company and a popular place to take a walk.
For decades, Webb’s Hill has given onlookers a birds-eye view of York and is topped with a large, lighted American flag.
The “Gazetteer of York and Adams Counties” places Slate Ridge in Peach Bottom Township. It is the site of slate mining operations in the 1800s and early 1900s that established the Delta-area as a primary source for roofing slate in this region.
If you like photos from up high, check out these York County views from on the air:
– Just try to resist studying this memory-tugging photograph
– Just try to resist studying this memory-tugging Sears photograph, Part II
– Just try to resist this memory-tugging photo of North York’s White Oak Park
– Just try to resist this memory-tugging aerial photograph of York Whitehull Airport and York Valley Inn and Playland and …
– So, can you find long-gone Springwood Park in this aerial photograph?
– Camp Security area of Springettsbury Township from the air
– Columbia-Wrightsville Susquehanna River bridges from the air.
– Just try to resist this memory-tugging photograph of northwest York, Pa.
– Just try to resist this memory-tugging aerial photograph of York’s Roosevelt Avenue Airport.
– Memorial Stadium, now Bob Hoffman Stadium, built to keep professional baseball in York.