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29 July, 2007

A Walking Tour of Harrisburg


The downtown area of Harrisburg has an interest blend of old and new buildings. Art Deco banks and colonial lobbyist offices. Here is a brief tour in pictures.

John Harris, the founder of Harrisburg.

















Harrisburg was an important stop along the Underground Railroad.

















The squished building behind the Ford Taurus is interesting.















Some guy on a horse.
















Info on Guy on Horse...
The capital dome...
















The Susquehanna river seen from the capital steps....















Phew...Iafter all that walking. Time to prepare the picnic lunch!

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