Here are the second batch of photos from my Ephrata Cloister visit. Hopefully, the creative license I took with the photo processing enhances the viewing and the spookiness, even though the Cloister gave me the opposite feeling.
Although empty today, the water tower for Oakbourne Mansion’s purpose was to hold water in case of fire in the main house. I stopped by during lunchtime and snapped some photos of the tower and plan to go back for the main house in future. In the meantime, there are several more photos of the Oakbourne water tower here.
Hopefully you’ve seen the rest of the house in our previous tour. Here is the bonus footage – a walk down into the basement and through the underground storage areas. This is the final footage to complete the tour of this magnificent property.
You can watch the tour via the video below or watch in the recommended method – full-screen high-definition by clicking here and once there, click on the four arrows in the lower right to expand to full screen.
This is a Bed & Breakfast called “Country Patches” in Lancaster, PA that I captured on the way home from a business trip. The Oak beside it is much larger than the house itself which has tall ceilings and 3 floors. Click the image for more photos.
Stauffer’s Mansion is in Lancaster, PA and was built in 1870 by John Frederick Sener. Today it is a public park due to granddaughter to Sener, Elizabeth Ludgate having willed it to the township. I was driving by after lunch and requested permission to take a quick series of photographs of the exterior. Click the image for the photo tour.