Clear MeGetAttachment-2.aspxadow Farm

Month or Season: mid-September

Address: 3114 Troyer Road White Hall, MD 21161

GPS coordinates: 39.625841 N, 76.554308 W

Website: http://www.clearmeadowfarm.com

Subject: Sunflowers

Description:

This is one of the most popular and well attended fieldtrip locations for the Harrisburg Camera Club. The club has traveled to Clear Meadow Farm in 2010 and 2014 to conduct a photography fieldtrip. Clear Meadow Farm is located near Jarrettsville, Maryland – just east of the Parkton exit of I-83. Clear Meadow Farm grows sunflowers for commercial cultivation and they have acres of sunflowers.

 

20150825_9494__DSC6042-1920East Broad Top Railroad National Historic Landmark

Month or Season:  Any

Address:  421 Meadow St, Rockhill, PA 17249

GPS Coordinates:  40.241389 N,  77.898889 W

Website:  http://www.spikesys.com/EBT/

Map:  View Google Maps

 

Subject:  Narrow gauge railway and environs

Description:

A National Historic Landmark—the highest designation available in the United States—the East Broad Top Railroad and Coal Company is the country's oldest narrow gauge railroad.  The railroad suspended operations in 1956 and was purchased by the Kovalchick family, which kept it operational as a tourist line until 2012.  Liability issues have kept the EBTRR from operating the engines, excursions and the rail line. The Kovalchick family is now considering auctioning or scrapping the site.  The East Broad Top Preservation Association is currently working to acquire and preserve the railroad.  The site is currently considered private property and it is against the law to loiter and photograph there without permission.  A tour is the only legal way to photograph the landmark.

 

Photographing in BethlGreen Paint-01-webehem

Address: 101 Founders Way, Bethlehem, PA 18015

GPS Coordinates:  40.614248 N,  75.367504 W

Month or Season:  Any

Website:  http://www.steelstacks.org

Map:  View Google Maps

 

 

Subject:  Steel stacks and structures

Description:

New this year is the Howard Mason Trestle. An elevated promenade towering 46 feet above the ground, similar to the Highline in New York City, that is now open.  This walkway is about  3/10ths of a mile long running parallel to the blast furnaces and steel stacks.  After dark the area is light by colored floodlights.

 

 

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