Uebler invented one of the first vacuum milking machines, and received a patent on a particular model. Below, you will see their factory building in the 1920s, which was located on Front St, just above Tyler’s Mill Pond.
For today’s historic streetview archaeology, we’ll take a look at the factory as it looked then, and as the same building looks now. The old view, with two-tone paint scheme and 10 large multi-paned windows facing the street, predates my memory of the building.
The current view is below, and you’ll see that many features like the gabled roof, the smaller gabled building with awning on the left, the chimney placement all reveal its relationship. It is unclear but it looks like the building may have been widened, making for a roof with a smaller pitch?