Abandoned Mill FPV Freestyle

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Pilot coolguy.fpv has found the Tintic Standard Reduction Mill in Genola, Utah. Also known as the Harold Mill, it was built in 1920 to process metals like copper, gold, silver and lead. It was the only American mill that used the Augustin process at the time, however it closed only 5 years later since the reducing process because outdated. What you see here are the remaining water tanks, crushers, roasters, iron boxes, leaching tanks, and drain boxes. It was put on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. 

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