Corner Service Station
In the 1950s Corner Service Station was a thriving garage and grocery at the halfway point between Lancaster and Richmond. It died out in the 1980s, then was revived for awhile as King's Corner Store.... but, as Neil Diamond says, "that died too". Now it's a desolate relic filled with garbage coated with bird droppings. I don't understand why these places die out. There's no other kind of grocery or quickie-mart around for miles and there are a lot of people that live out here.... don't these people need snacks, soda, and scratch-offs, fer gosh sakes??