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View panoramic scenes from the 2003 Lancaster County Fair

Before you open the panoramic scenes below, let's make sure you have everything you need...

  1. Broadband is best but you will be able to view these photos with a dial-up modem - just be patient. (The files below take anywhere from 1 1/2 to 3 minutes at 50 kbps)

  2. Do you have Apple's FREE Quicktime plug-in? (needed for both Mac's and PC's). If not, get it here.

  3. You'll need FREE Internet Explorer 5x or greater, or FREE Netscape 6x or greater. Get Explorer here, or get Netscape here.

Now that you have everything, you are ready to go.

Panoramic Scenes:

  1. Click on each link below (IMPORTANT: Wait for the movie to load).
  2. When you open the movie, you'll be able to scan the entire room with your mouse. Just hold your mouse down in the direction you want to go and the images will change - EASY & FUN.
  3. Problems? Check the box above to make sure you have what you need to view the images - then try again.

Don't forget to check out other photos from the Lancaster County Fair

Photos: 2003 Lancaster County FairNew Photos

Photos: 2002 Lancaster County Fair


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