Picked up 2 local milks today

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mytauntaunsbeat

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Marketplace finds, got 2 local dairy bottles today, pretty pumped. Orangeville is an even smaller town than where i live so finding stuff from there is awesome. Centralia is a local ghost town, some of you may have heard of it. If not here a link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centralia_mine_fire

Arden Coleman Dairy Orangeville PA
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McDonnell's Dairy Centralia PA
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Ooh Centralia, that’s cool. I first heard of it in that scary movie when I was younger, the Silent Hill one, lol. Then that led to looking into the real story and falling into Wiki rabbit holes and much link clicking...

That bottle is nice though! I like the beads/bubbles around the top :)
 

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Got milk? Now you do! Both are super cool milk bottles MTTB.
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Cool looking milks.......:).......I happened through an antique shop yesterday that I had been through several months ago where I had found this unique embossed Tech quart milk bottle which was filled in Youngstown about 40 minutes from where I live. At that time when I first found it I took pictures of it and tried researching it with little luck, it was a little pricey but not out of reach, so yesterday as walked through and located the bottle again, the seller had a 20% off going on in his booth, so I grabbed it, the sticker that was on the bottle stated that it was rare, I'm still unsure just how rare, I never did find another like it, I did find an image of an ACL labeled one but not an embossed one, the word Tech is also just like the beer/ale cans and bottle labels of the period which brewed in Pittsburgh....... also a picture of a local half pint embossed Penn Dairy from Kent, Ohio about twenty minutes west of me that I personally dug about a month ago......Also, I have read the background on Centralia and my sister visited the area last year, quite a story!20200603_035137.jpg2cb314c1f05f222f257a9374101559d4.jpg20200603_035216.jpg
 

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