Exploring what York PA has to offer
In this video we explore the forgotten past of several abandoned buildings. Many abandoned buildings forgotten museums the things you see you will never forget the prison in York has been abandoned for some time Old York County Prison on Chestnut Street in York PA began as part of a complex of custodial buildings, including the York County Poorhouse and Hospital (where the Alexander Goode school now stands). The prison itself was an imposing castle-like structure built in 1853, with spread-out cell blocks in the rear that housed the inmates. The rear block was lined with two floors of cells, with a tall, central hallway in the center. In 1906, the castle-like facade was torn down and replaced with the 30,000 square foot fortress-like brick structure that currently exists. This new prison was designed by architect B.F. Willis, and even had a trap door where hangings took place.
We are Jay and Brittany, and we travel full time in our RV bringing to newsbreak the best content from around the country. Everything from beautiful places in nature, to the top tourist locations, unique dining, and just our general adventure as we travel this beautiful country we call home.
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