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The Lancaster County Courthouse is a shadow of its former glory. The inside of the 180-year-old structure, which was heavily damaged by arson on Aug. 4, has been gutted – plaster scraped from the walls, partitions in offices removed. The courtroom on the second floor is a shell. All the seating, jury box and the judge’s bench, original to the 1828 structure, are gone. The fire burned to the brick walls upstairs. Two large holes, apparently where the fire originated, mar the floor where the judge’s bench used to be.
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