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Photographs of Cumberland Cement & Supply Co.
Contributed by Connie Beachy


Taken from the parking/vacant lot between Centre Street and the RR tracks.
You can see the tracks and a building on Henderson Blvd in the background.

Taken on the same side of the buildings but at a slightly different angle.

Taken from the RR side of the silos. For those familiar with the area, note the tressels are gone.
The building behind the house may be a part of the Old German Brewery.

Taken from the back of the silos so the homes you see are located along Centre Street.

Today this building is filled with fantastic parts of church organs in all stages of creation. A pleasant young man said the building still belonged to the Steiners who now operate their cement
business out of the Cumberland Cement place located just off Rt 40/National Pike about a quarter mile west of the old Mt. Savage Road.

According to Mark Steiner who still owns the silos and is the person who makes and repairs organs, and got an ok to share the pictures. And this little bit of history.
1. Mark's grandfather, George Steiner, bought the silo building in the 1920.
2. Tressels were removed by whatever train company owned the tracks in 1992.
3. Mark doesn't know when the Centre St. School was torn down.