pics attached.. first pic is the entire pipe section. second is the top detail and third is the bottom with thread direction. the top of the elbow goes into the house and coated pipe on the bottom goes into the ground.
I'd like to see one more pic of the horizontal pipe leading to the brick. That is your best bet, because it would allow the new pipe to hug the wall for safety and easy securing. As far as the union, that will allow you to remove the entire piping configuration easily. Don't forget to also install a shut off as close as possible to the old work.
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