This is a composite photo of the former Railroad tunnel where 222 enters Quarryville. The dark green frame was chosen to match the old PA steam locomotive colors.
Removal of tunnel on 222 entering Quarryville
This is a "blue hour" photo taken of the beautifully restored Stoner house located south of Quarryville along 222 at Stoners Ink
Great Rock Inn, Quarryville
Waltons during the early morning blue hour.
"Landis House" located in the Susquehannock Park in southern Lancaster County, PA
Robert Fulton Birthplace, Quarryville, PA
"Hans Herr House" This was our first version of the Hans Herr House which is considered to be the oldest house in Lancaster County, PA.
"Hans Herr House" This is the second version of the Hans Herr House and has been a very popular print.
Hans Herr House, early morning
This is a replica of the long house used by the indians when living in this area. Located across the road from the Hans Herr House in Willow Street, PA.
Chestnut Level Presbyterian Church, Quarryville, PA
Mt. Hope Methodist Church, Quarryville, PA
American Music Theater, Lancaster, PA
Lime Valley Mill, Willow Street, PA
This Mascot Roller Mill is located on Rt. 772 just north of Intercourse, Pa.
Lime Valley Covered Bridge, Willow Street, PA
This is a summer scene of the Jackson Mill Bridge on Mt. Pleasant Rd. east of Quarryville
This is a winter scene of the Jackson Mill Bridge on Mt. Pleasant Rd. east of Quarryville
Amish cultivating tobacco
Amish with mule team.
Amish playing ice hockey
This is a composite photo taken of the Amish skating on the Rush pond and by permission.
We were kindly given permission to take this winter scene photo of the Amish children skating on one of the Rush ponds.
This 16x20 composite Photo is was taken of the famous southern Lancaster County Groundhog Lodge. Other sizes can be made by special order.