“You think that's big you should see the bottle opener”
The Coca-Cola plant in Frederick was built in the 1940s. The bottle that was on the roof is a replica of the company's 1920 bottle design. The bottle was refurbished in 1998. In 2008, Coca-Cola moved out of the building. It was still vacant in 2010. The bottle is now on display on the roof of the Coca-Cola plant in Hagerstown, MD.
It's on top of a building and it's not that big, really. Stop somewhere else.
not worth it at all!
Don't stop here!
Not worth it. Do not recommend.
Yeah, not that big. Just a sign on the top of the building.
i went out of my way to see this and it was NOT giant, it was medium sized. not worth it.
Definitely not an actual tourist attraction, but it's worth it to take a picture looking like you're holding a giant coke bottle.
It's not that big and its on top of a building so you can't really take a picture with it. It in an awkward position also, kinda hidden.
It was about 5 minutes off the route. Fun for something silly, or quirky to do. Bottle is on top of a Coca-Cola plant. Hard to get a good photo.
Yeah, it’s a coke bottle on top of a building in a bland area. Fun for a photo op but kind of out of the way.
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