|Our guide, Tom, at Bootleg Antiques. Tours|
aren't something they advertise, but when I
asked a few questions about the building,
Tom asked if we was interested in a tour.
|Date of the construction can be seen center right.|
|These are the wooden wheels for the old washing machine|
equipment pulley systems on the second floor. The factory
made washing machines fro 1891 to the 1960's.
|Ceiling of the area in the third floor that was covered|
in cork to eliminate noise as they made "moonshine."
|The Hotel where Al Capone stayed while visiting Columbia.|
|Photograph of the Bootleg Antiques store in Columbia, PA.|
|A view across the Susquehanna River from the Columbia Hotel.|