- Standard View
A fairly new feed mill complex on the foundations of an older enterprise. GPS: 40' 09.50N, 76' 20.47W 407'/124 meters Lititz Quadrangle
The tracks by the mill with the spur line still in place. They still go gradually upward as do the same tracks in the vintage photo below. Notice the semi blocking traffic on Lexington Road.
The vintage photo from basicly the same location, as above, of the earlier feed mill structure. The mill featured Ful-O-Pep Feeds and B & B Feeds.
This photo tries to show the mill from the other side and from the other end. Not so a good photo, with reflected light coming off the glass from the room light. Notice the New York Central RR cars on the elevated tracks.
A 25 pound Mother's Pride Pastry Flour sack from this mill, manufactured by Nelson Weaver, Rural Delivery 2, Lititz, Pa. Pastry flour is best for cakes and pies.
A view of the grain storage tanks from Limerock Road as it nears W Lexington Road. W Lexington then passes the mill and crosses the railroad tracks and the old Limerock Schoolhouse is at the next corner in the road. The school has been renovated into a private dwelling.