Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Milk Bottle Water Tower

For over 75 years a milk bottle water tower has stood atop a now-abandoned dairy. It's rusty, not milky.
2000 Dreer St., Philadelphia, PA
In the Kensington neighborhood, northeast of downtown. The bottle is best viewed from the south side of Coral St. just west of its intersection with Dreer St.
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Milk Bottle Water Tower

Abandoned milk bottle water tower still stands atop the old Harbisons' Dairy building in the heart of the up-and-coming Kensington area of Philly. The dairy closed in the mid-1960s but the bottle remains, although it's pretty rusty.

[Poes, 02/25/2017]

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