Susquehanna Riverlands plan aims to attract tourists

 

→ Susquehanna Riverlands plan aims to attract tourists – The York Daily Record

It’s good to know that Mark Platts et. al. understand just how much untapped potential exists in the Susquehanna Gateway Heritage Area.

Why not use some of the money from the The Lower Susquehanna Fund to pay for a museum dedicated to the Civil War burning of the Wrightsville-Columbia covered bridge. As part of the museum one or two sections of the bridge could be rebuilt and toured. Or what about recreating one of the Susquehannock fortified villages that existed on the both sides of the river when the first Europeans began to explore and settle the area. 

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