Billmeyer House
The Billmeyer House, also known as York House, is a historic home located at York, Pennsylvania, York County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1860, and is a three-story, brick Italian Villa style dwell...
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Clyde Peeling's Reptiland
Clyde Peeling's Reptiland, which opened in 1964, is a zoo in Allenwood, Pennsylvania that specializes in reptiles and amphibians. Residents of this zoo include mambas, cobras, vipers, pythons and othe...
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Edwin Forrest House
The Edwin Forrest House (a.k.a. Gaul-Forrest House) is a house in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania built in 1853-54 for William Gaul, a wealthy brewer. A year after its completion, it was bought by actor E...
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National Memorial Arch
The National Memorial Arch is dedicated "to the officers and private soldiers of the Continental Army December 19, 1777 June 19, 1778". The Arch is situated at the top of a hill at the intersection o...
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Tobyhanna Army Depot
75°25′57.36″W / 41.193348833°N 75.4326000°W / 41.193348833; -75.4326000Tobyhanna Army Depot, is a logistics center for the United States Department of Defense (DoD), specializ...
Budd Company
The Budd Company was a 20th-century metal fabricator, a major supplier of body components to the automobile industry and a manufacturer of stainless steel passenger rail cars.Budd was founded in 1912 ...
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Erie County Field House
The Erie County Field House was a multipurpose arena in Erie, Pennsylvania, United States. It was home to the Erie Blades, a North American Hockey League and American Hockey League franchise. The aren...
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Greenbelt Knoll
Greenbelt Knoll is a residential development in the Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Planned and built from 1952 to 1957, it is notable as the first planned racially integrated develop...
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Carnegie Building (Pittsburgh)
The Carnegie Building, also known as the Carnegie Steel Building, was a high-rise building in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The structure started construction in 1893 and was completed in 1895 as the city...
Peace Candle
The Peace Candle is a tower-like structure erected every Christmas season in Easton, Pennsylvania. The approximately 106-foot (32 m) tall structure, which resembles a giant candle, is assembled e...
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Bethlehem Waterworks
Bethlehem Waterworks, also known as Old Waterworks or 1762 Waterworks is a historic site in Pennsylvania significant for its age.It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1981.It is located with...
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Cameron Stadium
Cameron Stadium is an outdoor football stadium adjacent to the campus of Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania.
Located one mile from campus. It is the host of W&J's ...
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Wings Field
075°15′54″W / 40.13750°N 75.26500°W / 40.13750; -75.26500Wings Field (IATA: BBX, ICAO: KLOM, FAA LID: LOM) is a general aviation airport in Blue Bell, in Whitpain To...
Eberhardt and Ober Brewery
The Eberhardt and Ober Brewery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a building from 1883. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. It is now part of the Penn Brewery complex. It w...
Harrisburg Transportation Center
The Harrisburg Transportation Center (formerly Pennsylvania Station, Harrisburg or Harrisburg Central Railroad Station) is a large railway station and transportation hub in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. I...
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Bryn Mawr Film Institute
Bryn Mawr Film Institute is a non-profit, community-owned movie theater located in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, a town on Philadelphia's Main Line. Re-opened in March 2005, with Ben Kingsley present, it c...
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Olivetti-Underwood Factory
The Olivetti-Underwood Factory was designed by renowned architect Louis Kahn. Olivetti, an Italian company, commissioned Kahn in 1966 to design the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania building for the manufactu...
Paxtang Park
Paxtang Park was a 40-acre (160,000 m) trolley park that existed near Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It existed from 1823 to 1929 between Derry Street and Paxton Street along Spring Creek. The park co...
Gettysburg Battlefield camps after the American Civil War
Gettysburg Battlefield camps after the American Civil War were used by the Pennsylvania National Guard, Civil War veterans, the US Marine Corps, the Civilian Conservation Corps, the US Army, and the Y...