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Netzley/Yender Farmhouse - Lisle, IL
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Go Boilers!
N 41° 47.971 W 088° 04.273
16T E 411005 N 4628072
Quick Description: An old pump is in the garden of the Netzley/Yender Farmhouse.
Location: Illinois, United States
Date Posted: 4/22/2011 1:06:19 PM
Waymark Code: WMB9C3
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member lopac44
Views: 2

Long Description:
In the late 1850s, this stately house was built by Jacob Netzley, a weaver by trade, after a fire ravaged his family's original home. Four generations of the Netzley family resided in the expansive Greek Revival style home before it was purchased by George Yender in 1910. A family of farmers, the Yenders lived in the home for 76 years.

The Museums at Lisle Station Park provide visitors the opportunity to learn about the heritage and culture of 19th century Northern Illinois. Settled in 1832, the life of this agricultural community soon revolved around the railroad depot and the area became known as Lisle Station.
Is it Working: no

Nearest Address:
921 School Street
Lisle, IL USA

How to find.:
Behind the Netzley/Yender Farmhouse, near the blacksmith.

Visiting Restrictions:
In a park

Does this pump have a presence on the internet?: [Web Link]

Good place to park: Not Listed

Visit Instructions:
A quality photograph of the old hand operated pump showing another feature with or without someone or GPSr in view. Describe your route to the pump, perhaps.
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