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The "Yellow" House
Philadelphia
The "Yellow" House at Ridley Creek State Park, Pennsylvania, was built in the 1700's. The historic society overlooking historic park structures has done nothing to preserve many of the houses. Personally, I love how they have become part of the natural forested setting.
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