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Progress for the Steeples Project

The Steeples Project continues to make progress in the preservation of the three Cambria City church structures under their care: The Grand Halle on Broad Street (former Immaculate Conception), SS. Casimir & Emerich’s, and St. Columba’s. It’s been my privelege to help support the Project through my photography, and to explore these monuments of Johnstown’s heritage in that pursuit.

Best Scenic Views of Pennsylvania’s Southern Highlands

Best Scenic Views of Pennsylvania’s Southern Highlands

“What a delightful prospect it must have afforded…when the morning sun
first touched with its rays the summit of the Allegheny, and in its setting,
flooded the heights of the Laurel Hill with a sea of gold, and bathed
the whole intervening country with its soft and mellow light.” -Hon. Wm. H. Koontz, 1895

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“…and I’ll Raise You a Bridge

“…and I’ll Raise You a Bridge

Johnstown’s Stone Bridge From the Banks of the Conemaugh River

“…in beauty like the night of cloudless climes and starry skies” -Lord Byron (George Gordon)

Kayaking down the too-shallow Stonycreek at night is a scream. Kayaking back up the Stony is something else all together, but that’s another story for another time. Got my feet wet under Johnstown’s Stone Bridge last week and loved it. Continue reading ““…and I’ll Raise You a Bridge”