Dec 3

The Gettysburg Christmas Tree, lit on the Lincoln Square. This view was taken facing east at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

On Monday, November 22, employees from Gettysburg Borough’s Public Works Department erected Gettysburg’s customary holiday tree on the Lincoln Square. The tree was lit after the annual Christmas parade, on Saturday, November 27.

In the right-background of this shot is the Pub Restaurant, also sporting its usual holiday decorations. This view was taken facing southeast at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

And just like two years ago … This view was taken facing north at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

… The Gettysburg Hotel also has a few decorations around its street level. This view was taken facing north at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

Perry Como and Abraham Lincoln, dashing as always. This view was taken facing south at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

The wreaths are placed on each lamp post one block from the square, on both sides of Carlisle Street, York Street, Baltimore Street, and Chambersburg Street. The Gettysburg Hotel is in the left background. This view was taken facing northeast at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.

The Christmas Tree occupies the center of the Diamond which was the site of the original Adams County Courthouse from 1804-1859. This view was taken facing southwest at approximately 10:02 PM on Thursday, Dember 2, 2010.


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