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What did they build this out of?
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This is a micro placed on a landmark building in the village of Johnson City. It has been here for years and I am sure not too many people know it is here. Your job is to locate the cache, sign the log and take a picture of one of the unusual object used in its construction. Post the picture with your log. If you do not have a camera, describe one of the objects you find unusual.
The Pagoda was once the Pump House, some people say for the cooling machinery in the neighboring factory, others claim it pumped water for the nearby swimming pool constructed for workers and their families. Regardless, the Pagoda was built around 1925 by employees of the EJ Shoe company largely using garbage. The walls are made of broken bits of brick and pieces of metal. Broken gears, old knives and chains, bells and even a fire extinguisher were all incorporated into the walls of the Pagoda.
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Last Updated: on 1/9/2018 1:50:51 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:50 PM GMT)
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