2017 Music in the Park - Mechanicsburg H.S. Marching Band - 9/30/2017

2017 Music in the Park - Mechanicsburg H.S. Marching Band - 9/30/2017

2015 Mechanicsburg HS (reupload)

2015  Mechanicsburg HS (reupload)

since wgi is taking them down... for all the lovely guardies this is the multicam video.

Cyclone Coaster POV - Williams Grove Amusement Park - Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Cyclone Coaster POV - Williams Grove Amusement Park - Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA

One of many on-ride point of view coaster video's I have filmed and collected over years of coaster tours around the world (this one 2003). Video is only taken with the park / ride manager's permission. Please ride safely.

Dash Cam Videos #1 - Mechanicsburg, PA / Camp Hill, PA

Dash Cam Videos #1 - Mechanicsburg, PA / Camp Hill, PA

Testing dash cam I installed a few months ago.

Wildcat Coaster POV - Williams Grove Amusement Park - Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA

Wildcat Coaster POV - Williams Grove Amusement Park - Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, USA

One of many on-ride point of view coaster video's I have filmed and collected over years of coaster tours around the world (this one 2003). Video is only taken with the park / ride manager's permission. Please ride safely.

Exploring an Abandoned Amusement Park - PA

Exploring an Abandoned Amusement Park - PA

Exploring an Abandoned Amusement Park in Pennsylvania More videos on TUC Extras Channel: http://youtube.com/theunknowncamextras https://www.facebook.com/TheUnknownCameraman/ http://www.twitter.com/TheUnknownCam

Final Cut Williams Grove Park

Final Cut Williams Grove Park

Williams Grove Amusement Park is/was a family-oriented amusement park near Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The park operated from 1850 until 2005. It is standing but not operating. The owners still live there and are trying to preserve the park and the historic buildings on the property but face frequent vandalism. Williams Grove Amusement Park Opened to the public on Halloween night on October 31, 2016. They had a Haunted Walk Through attraction throughout the park and a close up view which was provided by Halloween Park organization. (1) The Williams family began hosting picnics in 1850 in a small grove located in the village of Williams Grove outside Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The grove would within a few years grow into a park. Within two decades the park had grown into the Mechanicsburg Fairgrounds. After World War I, the park's ownership changed hands several times. In 1928, the first rides appeared at the park. The adjacent Williams Grove Speedway half-mile track opened in 1938.[2] Morgan Hughes purchased the park in 1972 for $1.2 million. Many of the rides were relocated to Williams Grove from the defunct New Jersey's Palisades Amusement Park, which closed in 1972. Williams Grove Park was nearly destroyed in the summer of the same year due to Hurricane Agnes and the subsequent flooding from nearby Yellow Breeches Creek. The park was rebuilt and operated until the end of the 2005 season, when the Hughes family decided to focus all of their energies on Williams Grove Speedway. Morgan Hughes, who was in his mid-80s when the park closed, attempted to sell the property in 2006 to a prospective owner who would keep the park intact and operational, but was unable to find a buyer. The rides were auctioned off the same year. Hughes died in his sleep at his Pennsylvania home on April 12, 2008 at age 88.[2] Rides: The Cyclone The Cyclone is a wooden roller coaster and the main attraction of the park. The Cyclone rises at a height of 65 Feet and travels at the top speed of 45 Mph. The Cyclone has a single train with 2 cars holding a total of 12 riders per circuit. Unfortunately the Cyclone closed after the 2005 season, leaving it standing but not operational as of 2017, abandoned and in disrepair with the train parked at the loading station. The cars have since been returned to Fort Lee, NJ, where they will be displayed at a museum. In the 2001, the park erected The Wildcat, a steel Wildcat-style roller coaster. Upon the park's closing, the Wildcat was relocated to Adventure Park USA in New Market, Maryland. The park had two smaller coasters, Kiddie Coaster, 1992 until closing, and the Little Dipper, 1950 until 1963. Fun Houses The park features a dark ride, which is still standing and is called "Dante's Inferno" and use to have walk through fun house called "Allotria" (1) 1. Wikipedia 2. http://www.williamsgrove.com/

MASH Marching Band 2015 NATIONALS PERFORMANCE!!!!!

MASH Marching Band 2015 NATIONALS PERFORMANCE!!!!!

MASH Marching band final performance at US Bands Nationals Competition. November 7, 2015. First place with a score of 97.363. For anyone in the band reading this, you guys were amazing, I mean just WATCH. I'm immensely proud of you guys, really, you're phenomenal. You really deserve this, you clearly "left everything on the field" as we like to say. And I am so proud. Well done my friends.

DJI Phantom 4 - Williams Grove - Mechanicsburg, PA

DJI Phantom 4 - Williams Grove - Mechanicsburg, PA

Williams Grove Amusement Park, Mechanicsburg PA. Taken with my Phantom 4. Video Editing: PowerDirector 15 1/5/2017

20161014 vs Mechanicsburg

20161014 vs Mechanicsburg

20161014 vs. Mechanicsburg - Halftime is Gametime!

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