(267) 360-2146
 team@reclaimedrelics.com
(267) 360-2146      team@reclaimedrelics.com
7037 Easton Rd, Pipersville, PA 18947
Oil City – S1.E7

Oil City – S1.E7

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Oil City National Bank building was constructed in 1926.  It stands on the same grounds where the Crude Oil Exchange Building stood.  Oil City was the home to enormous wealth in the early 20th century. This bank is where the richest...
Maine Paper Mill – S1.E8

Maine Paper Mill – S1.E8

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Otis Paper Mill dates back to the late 1800s and the space is about 600,000 square feet.  In 1906 it became one of the original mills to form the International Paper Company. Many of the workstations and machinery have not been...
New York Masonic Lodge – S1.E9

New York Masonic Lodge – S1.E9

Watch on Amazon Prime History In the 1850s, the Peck family purchased a plot of land in the rural town of Newtown, Connecticut and built a thriving dairy farm.  In 1932, during the throes of the Great Depression, a local auto dealer Daniel Amaral purchased the...
Connecticut Ghost Town – S1.E10

Connecticut Ghost Town – S1.E10

Watch on Amazon Prime History Johnsonville was originally a company town built to house the workers of the Neptune Mill, which made twine and rope for the fishing industry.  The original town included offices for the company, the mill, a library, post office, general...
Hot Springs Hotel – S1.E11

Hot Springs Hotel – S1.E11

Watch on Amazon Prime History Hot Springs, Arkansas is known for its “healing” mineral waters.  Bathers come from all over to relax and cure, or at least relieve arthritic pain and other ailments.  The Majestic Hotel was built in 1902 and an additional red...
Vermont Marble Factory – S1.E12

Vermont Marble Factory – S1.E12

Watch on Amazon Prime History The Vermont Marble Company facility was home to one of the largest producers of marble in the world.  Redfield Proctor, who was a businessman and politician, served as the company’s first president and also founded the Vermont...