Dozens of photographers are expected to walk a designated route – from the Historic Lincoln Train Station up Baltimore Street to East Cemetery Hill – including streets like Steinwehr Avenue, High and York streets on the way back to Lincoln Square.
“This is a great opportunity for visitors and local residents alike to experience Gettysburg through photography,” said Norris Flowers, President of Destination Gettysburg. “The Photo Walk will certainly showcase the town through architecture, streetscapes, people and beautiful scenery.”
Participants will gather in the rear of the Historic Lincoln Train Station at 5 p.m. After a brief introduction to the event as well as prizes that will be awarded, photographers will break up into groups and spend the next two hours photographing the town. The Photo Walk should last two hours and will cover approximately 1.5 miles.
In the event of rain, the Photo Walk will be rescheduled for Sunday, Oct. 2, at 5 p.m.
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/200593127023835/, search for “Gettysburg Photo Walk” on Facebook, or email Carl Whitehill, Director of Communications with Destination Gettysburg, at email@example.com.
Destination Gettysburg, the official destination marketing organization, markets Gettysburg – Adams County as a premier travel destination, producing a positive economic impact.