Rueben Herndon, 84, stands alongside the historic Wales Spring across the road from his home outside Toledo.The Lewis County Public Health Department forced Herndon to make adjustments to prevent the public from accessing the water. Herndon’s grandfather created the water system that produces the pool from the spring in 1885.
Rueben Herndon, 84, stands alongside the historic Wales Spring across the road from his home outside Toledo.The Lewis County Public Health Department forced Herndon to make adjustments to prevent the public from accessing the water. Herndon’s grandfather created the water system that produces the pool from the spring in 1885. Pete Caster The Chronicle (Centralia)
Rueben Herndon, 84, stands alongside the historic Wales Spring across the road from his home outside Toledo.The Lewis County Public Health Department forced Herndon to make adjustments to prevent the public from accessing the water. Herndon’s grandfather created the water system that produces the pool from the spring in 1885. Pete Caster The Chronicle (Centralia)

Wales Spring has quenched Toledo’s thirst since 1885

November 14, 2016 5:50 PM