Pennsylvania:
  Harrisburg

Harrisburg is the capital city of Pennsylvania.
It lies on the east bank of the Susquehanna River, 172km west of Philadelphia.

We visited Harrisburg on October 13-14, 2016 when we drove to see our relatives in Baltimore and friends in Florida. Along the way to Florida we explored Savannah, Jacksonville, St. Augustine and on our way back-Atlanta.



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Pennsylvania State Capitol, 1906.
501 N 3rd Street. Exterior Lanterns.
To see Interior Lanterns please visit:
Pennsylvania Capitol page.
1/5. Main Entrance Stairs, Torchiere.
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2/5. Main Entrance Colonnade, Pendant.
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3/5. East Wing Entrance Plaza, 1986.

Balustrade Torchiere.

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4/5. South Balustrade Torchiere,

Near Ryan Building.

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5/5. Light Post, Capitol Grounds.
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To see Interior Lanterns visit:
Pennsylvania Capitol


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Speaker Mathew J. Ryan Building, 1894.
Capitol Complex.
Formerly the Library and Museum Building.
1/2. Wall Mount Light, North Entrance.
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2/2. West Entrance Colonnade Pendant.
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K. Leroy Irvis Building, 1921.
Capitol Complex.
Formerly the South Office Building.
1/2. Wall Mount Light, North Entrance.
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2/2. Wall Mount Light, North Entrance.
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North Office Building, 1929. Capitol Complex.
Wall Mount Light at the Main Entrance.
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Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Bridge, 1930.
State Street Bridge.
Light Post along the Bridge.
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310 N 3rd Street.
Pine Street Presbyterian Curch, 1860.
Main Entrance Pendant.
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300 N 3rd Street at State St.
State Street Building, 1937.
Wall Mount Light at both Entrances.
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234 Walnut St; McCormick Public Library, 1914.
1/3. Main Entrance, Stairs Parapet Torchiere.
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2/3. Main Entrance, Wall Mount Light.
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3/3. Stairs Parapet Torchiere, Front St. Entrance.
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Market St Bridge, over Susquehanna River, 1928.
1/3. Column Lanterns.

Salvaged from Old State Capitol.

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2/3. Bridge Parapet Lanterns.
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3/3. Gate Parapet Lanterns, Front St Entryway.
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417 Walnut St; PA Business Chamber, 1991.
Main Entrance Pendant.
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423 Walnut Street; Mid-rise Building, 1910.
Converted to City Hall in 1930.
Now Old City Hall Apartment Building.
1/2. Wall Mount Light, Main Entrance.
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2/2. Main Entrance Arch Pendant.
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