I am sorry to take so long to get back to you on this, but it has been a busy week.
There were definitely consolidation warehouses in Pennsylvania. Joesph Finch distillery warehouses were the main ones for Schenley and I believe Overholt warehouses were the big ones for AMS/National during prohibition. Actually the Mt. Vernon warehouses for National may have been in Pennsylvania as well. It could be that the Linfield warehouses were consolidation warehouses in which case they would have held whiskey in them during prohibition. If they were not consolidation warehouses then the whiskey would have been removed to a consolidation warehouse after 1922. If it was Kentucky I could be more specific because Liberty National Bank did reports on whiskey in the warehouses for Kentucky starting in 1933, so it is easy to see where the consolidation warehouses were in Kentucky. I am willing to bet there were similar reports done in Pennsylvania and Maryland.
"Our people live almost exclusively on whiskey" - E H Taylor, Jr. 25 April 1873