Roadside America "Roadside America"
| The World's Greatest Indoor Miniature Village Covers Over 4000 Square Feet of Sectaclar Beauty, You Will be Amazed More than You Ever expected to See Nearly 50 Years in the Making by Lourence T. Gieringer Route 22 - 4 Miles West of Hamburg, Pa. Open 10 A.M. to 10 P. M. Weekdays, Holidays and Sundays All Year. Home burned down, possibly by railroad. red Brick and Steel Bridge. this nusual type bridge was common about 1860 in the Eastern States. Home of airport operator being painted, this aorport is laid out the same as a real port. red cedar log cabin typical of type found in Bruce and Zion National Park. Built by government for American tourists. Three Arch Stone bridge whcih was very common arching our strams in 1875 and are a fancy to artists to sketch. Old antiquated boat house and dance pavilion, originally located at lake George, N. y. Tourist cabins at foot of hill. five span highway bridge in center See trolly cross. This is an interestingspot to watch the trains winding through the Valleys and overhead bridges. the engineer will sign and talk to you.|