|Whiskey Bridge - Footbridge Built Over MoPac Tracks on College Street Today Warrensburg MO. Map from 1869|
|West Pine Street About 1890, Warrensburg, MO|
The Whiskey was served behind the buildings on the left.
In the alley called "Kentucky Street"
|Original MoPac Train Depot in Warrensburg, MO Built ca 1864|
|The "Whiskey Bridge" could have looked similar to this footbridge except the real bridge was of a "high arch" design.|
Pertle Springs, MO - Warrensburg, MO
|Whiskey Bridge Location Today|
College Street at Railroad St., Warrensburg.
1884 Murder Victim found under the footbridge
Here's a quick way to remember how some of the world's biggest producers spell their products:
Countries that have E's in their names (UnitEd StatEs and IrEland) tend to spell it whiskEy (plural whiskeys)
Countries without E's in their names (Canada, Scotland, and Japan) spell it whisky (plural whiskies)