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Captain America about to go off duty
Borough workers repaired the bollard that was hit by a car about a week ago at 5th & Chestnut.
Here it is.
Here's a tractor-trailer going down Walnut Street.
(Now, what was that about that Route 441 bypass...?)
Seen at the bottom entrance to the high school hill
What were these tools at Columbia Crossing used for?
An older edition of The Columbia Spy might give a clue.
More and more missing bricks, courtesy of local vandals
On the way up the hill
Instruments of destruction (or construction?) parked around the corner on the 400 block of Avenue H
The machines are being used to dig trenches to lay these pipes.
Here are a few more.
Men at work in the 400 block of Avenue H
Young plastic squirrel, who may someday be an adult plastic squirrel
One down, one to go
This cat looks to be a refugee from the movie Dune and has obviously ingested too much of "the spice."
Legs cost extra
A sign of spring
Open soon on North 4th?
Signs of life at the 4th Street firehouse?
Just the right size boxer shorts and gloves
All tangled up
Here's another one.
Birds at breakfast
Chemtrails! The government's trying to kill us all.
(Just kidding, sort of.)
Just right for lighting your Benson & Hedges 100, which this worker appears to have done. (All right, it might be a pen.)
Very hot. Do not touch.
Sometimes a bicycle is just a yard decoration.
Post-modern paint job
The Returned Soldier has a greenish bruise along his left eyebrow.
His sleeve and helmet aren't faring too well either.
Install America fans
Dragonflies lingering on the outside wall
Out for a walk
Even more sacks of stone in the yard at Living Stones
Underneath Columbia Crossing
A good place to sort of hide things away
Bucket truck with a dressing room in the back?
Someone needs to call for a dumpster.
Catnap at the Columbia Animal Shelter
Airbnb at 1102 Locust
Like Freddy Mercury sang:
"Bicycle, bicycle, bicycle
I want to ride my bicycle, bicycle, bicycle"
A worker at 429 Chestnut Street invited Columbia Spy in to see the renovations being done there.
Workers have been busy for the past five months giving the place a complete makeover.
The property will reportedly be on the market in three to four weeks.
The house features a lot of chestnut wood, appropriately enough on Chestnut Street.
There are also several stained glass windows.
Interested? Here's the contact info.
Keystone and exterior wall medallion at 431 Chestnut
A historical marker at the Marietta section of the Northwest Lancaster County River Trail offers info about the area.
Chiques Creek flows into the Susquehanna under this bridge.
This sign indicates that it's thataway.
Looking roughly southeast
Another marker along Chiques Creek
(Route 441 can be seen in the upper right.)