The Tintic Standard Reduction Mill—also known as the Tintic Mill or Harold Mill—built in 1920, and only operating from 1921 to 1925 near Goshen, Utah County, Utah. What you see in this image are foundations for water tanks, crushers, roasters, iron boxes, leaching tanks, and drain boxes. The site once processed gold, silver, copper and lead. From its hillside location this old mill dominates the surrounding landscape with its size, unique colors and shapes.
The Tintic Mill was designed and built by W. C. Madge. It is significant as the only American mill using the Augustin process during the early 1920s and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.

By arbyreed on 2015-03-17 15:37:59

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