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The Stone Arch Bridge

Johnstown Disaster Still A Tourist Draw 131 Years After the Fact 

  By Dave Zuchowski   Photos by Bill Rockwell The historic town of Johnstown, 67 miles east of Pittsburgh, has a huge history that belies its small size. Its advantageous location along the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal and, later the Pennsylvania Railroad, contributed to its growth. Starting around 1860, rich coal and iron resources in the …

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One of Frank Loyd Wrights most famous homes.

Nine Reasons to Visit Pennsylvania’s Laurel Highlands in 2019

Photos and information provided by Laurel Highlands Visitors Bureau Edited and experienced by Will Davis   From architectural wonders and exotic animals to unforgettable events and remarkable historic sites, the Laurel Highlands is an ideal place to get away, enjoy the great outdoors and find your adventure. With brand new places to stay, events to …

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The Ice House. Northeasten Pennsylvania.

Northeastern Pennsylvania’s Crystal Cabin Fever

Writer: Bud Cole Photographer: Steve Bandura If you are from Pennsylvania or most anywhere else in these days of 24 hour newscasts you’ve probably heard of Punxsutawney Phil, our Keystone State’s furry expert weather prognosticator. Meteorologist, Phil, makes an early morning appearance each year up on Gobbler’s Knob outside Punxsutawney, on February two, to predict …

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Woodloch in the Poconos.

by Deirdre Frost… In the remote and beautiful backcountry of northeastern Pennsylvania, you can discover one of the leading Pocono Mountains resorts that offers  plenty of entertainment and activities in a wonderful forested setting, known as Woodloch.  Driving along  the country road  to the resort  you may see a bevy of wild turkeys moving into …

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