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Columbia, PA is a town on the Susquehanna River, originally called “Wright’s Ferry”. English Quakers from Chester County founded the town in 1726. From 1840 on the town became an important shipping center for local goods being sent to Harrisburg, Philadlphhia and other cities. There was the world’s longest covered bridge spanning the Susquehanna from Columbia to Wrightsville on the York County side. Destroyed by water and ice in 1832, it was replaced and burned in 1863 by militiamen preventing an a Confederate attack on Harrisburg. Columbia is noted for the National Watch and Clock Museum and Wright’s Ferry Mansion.

Bully's on Union Restaurant, Columbia, PA
Bully's on Union, Columbia, PA


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