Topless Mill

Posted By on December 18, 2011

 

Looking through the roof from the top floor.  It rained for several days after the roof was blown off.  We had to clean 3 floors and then used a sprayer with bleach water to double clean.  The machinery shown is not used today.  It is the top of the old swing sifter.  It took about 1/2 the summer to get the mill back together and running again.

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