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Ginger Ale Springs FL
These pictures are of Ginger Ale Springs. Ginger Ale Springs got it's name because there once was a ginger ale bottling plant. Water from the spring was once used to make ginger ale until the water turned sulfurous. The bottling plant is long gone, but the concrete wall around the spring from the plant is still there, sitting abandoned and hidden in the woods in Longwood, Florida. It's a very cool place that very few people know about (although somebody has made a shrine to the Virgin Mary above the pool and somebody else dumped some guppys into the spring).
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