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The intersection of Brush, Penn, and Trolley Streets with Brush Creek Road, just south of Manor

This photo shows the area as it appeared in the very early 1900s. The street running past us on the left is Penn Street. We can see the intersection with Brush Creek Road and almost with Trolley Street, which runs past the large white farmhouse in the background. The distillery itself was probably the building on the left next to the water tower. The current owners work out of a newer building made of concrete blocks (the one with the white roof in the arial photo) which occupies the original distillery's foundations and the old stone foundation blocks of the structure next to it is also occupied by a more modern building. The large stone warehouse on the right is probably the one seen in the photograph above; the smaller warehouse silhouetted in the foreground would then be the brick building that remains standing today.

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