Johnrocket:I am trying to find out any info I can about these two place names. They can be seen on maps of Winslow Twp but I can't find any info except that Penbryn had a sand mine many years ago and it is now a lake. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
Dicktown is generally thought to be at the intersection of the Berlin Cross Keys Road and the New Brooklyn- Erial Road (Route 706), part in Gloucestrer Township and part in Winslow Township. At one time there was a small gas station on the Northwest corner and a gray stone house on the Southwest corner. The gas station is long gone (I believe the remains were torn down in the 70's) and the house has been replaced by dentist (large neon blue tooth over door) and chiropractor's offices. The northeast corner has an octagonal building that was originally the sales offices of Wilton's Corner. The area behind this building was once mostly woods but had a piggery and the locally infamous "Bloody Bucket Road", a dirt lane into the woods where legend holds that a bucket of blood was found hanging from a branch of an oak tree. This is now all Wilton's Corner houses. The Southeast corner has a retention basin and a housing development behind it, but years ago was an auto junkyard. In the woods behind the junkyard was an oil-fired still with beautiful cedar fermentation tanks all covered with camouflage netting and a gasoline powered Delco generator. In the late 50s or early 60she operation was discovered and the cedar tanks cut into kindling. The still, boiler and generator was confiscated by the State, thus depriving Sicklerville folks of their locally made moonshine.I am trying to find out any info I can about these two place names. They can be seen on maps of Winslow Twp but I can't find any info except that Penbryn had a sand mine many years ago and it is now a lake. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!