One of many machine mounts on the wash floor of the old Centennial Mill. The mill processed copper-bearing rock from the Centennial Mine
by a series of mechanical processes: stamps, vibrating tables, rotating wash boards, and so on. Today, only the overgrown cement floor is left. If you like my photos, please visit my photo store: David Clark Photography
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