Capturing NEPA’s Railroad History From Above

At the turn of the 20th century North Eastern Pennsylvania was the engine of the Industrial Revolution. Railroads carrying coal and freight coursed through the valleys like blood through the veins of the nation. The Railroad companies and the Coal Barons funded colossal infrastructure projects that produced some of the most impressive railroad bridges and viaducts the world had ever known. The area surrounding Scranton provided the fuel for a growing industrial power and continued to do so through the two World Wars. After the wars the nation turned more and more away from coal and toward oil and natural gas for sources…

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Benefits of Real Estate Drone Photo and Video Services

As an agent, you want to sell your real estate listings as quickly as possible, and drone photography might just be your biggest competitive advantage yet. Here are four reasons why you should incorporate real estate drone services into your sales strategy. Find out how you can use real estate aerial drone photography and video services to promote both residential and commercial real estate.


Peckville Christmas House

The Peckville Christmas House, located on Marion St in Peckville, finally received the recognition they deserved. The Display caught the eye of producers from ABC this year and while the Harhut’s ultimately did not win the televised competition they did get national attention. On December 11th 2017 the display put on by the Harhut family was a contestant on ABC’s “The Great Christmas Light Flight” The Peckville Christmas House is actually 2 homes right next to each other – both owned by members of the Harhut family. The display features over 1300 blow mold decorations and has been a fixture of the Peckville Pennsylvania neighborhood for three decades. Recently, word has spread with the help of social media as well as some amazing drone footage shot from Access Aerial and other area drone pilots. Word is the display costs over $2000 per season so be sure to drop a little something in the donation jar after your visit.


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