While much of Nineteenth Century St. Louis’s factories have been demolished, there are still a ton of early Twentieth Century industrial buildings in the northwestern quadrant of the city over across into the county, including this cool factory, with the distinctive clock on its water tower.
It served as a munitions factory during World War II, and I’ve heard more interesting stories about it that I’ll recount in the future. Stay tuned.
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WW II also; I thought it was just during WW I?