Located on the edge of Chambersburg, this store was the furthest out of the downtown area. For what it’s worth, the store was well organized and had a wide variety of stuff - which is certainly more than I can say for a lot of out-of-the-way thrift shops.

In the cases up front, there were lots of antiques and collectibles that well stocked and decently priced. By “decently priced,” I do mean “priced more than thrift pricing,” but it was still considerably less than that of an antique shop

High, seems like the Salvation Army is the place to find vintage goodies in Chambersburg, don’t let the small size fool you. To be quite honest, I passed on more than I picked up.  The place had ton of antique chintz, good retro gaming stuff, funky mid-century pottery and décor and an eager staff that just kept bringing new stuff out to the floor.