East Liverpool Historical Society

Picture courtesy Terry O'Hara.

These steps lead to a apartment located on the first floor at the rear of the Emporium Building. But we are going to approach that apartment from the ground floor inside the building.

As we look through the doorway we can see the apartment on the other side of a hallway. Also in that hallway is the freight elevator.

The door for the freight elevator.

Jeff Langdon testing to see if the freight elevator door will open. It didn't.

My memory is a little vague here. but I think this bathroom is off the hallway and not in the apartment.


Some of these apartment pictures turned out very good when you consider it was really pretty much pitch black in this area. A good flash on your camera plus photoshop can work wonders at times.


CONTINUE TO The Emporium5


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