See this symphony of autumn colors in Albion, PA: Christine’s Chronicles

Early autumn is one of the most beautiful times of the year in northwestern Pennsylvania, a fact that is especially true in the cozy little borough of Albion in Erie County.

Please enjoy this colorful presentation of autumnal scenes, as crafted by Mother Nature’s hand.

By Christine Lorraine Morgan ~ Oct. 9, 2022

North Main facing south.

Harthan Way near the old Valley School.

Tree at St. Lawrence Church.

First Avenue facing south.

North Main facing north.

Behind the fairgrounds.

Zinnia patch at St. Lawrence Church.

East Pearl facing west near John Williams Avenue.

Behind Veterans’ Memorial park.

End of the road leading away from the fairgrounds facing west.

Spring and Third Avenue.

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