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Stateline Mill

Late in 2013, we went on a trip around Nevada and Utah. One of the places we stopped at is the old Stateline Mill on the Utah and Nevada border. It is a place I had wanted to check out for years, and we almost didn’t make it this time either. Luckily, we had enough time left on our trip and spent a few hours here.

The mill is on a hill just above the old ghost town of Stateline, Utah. Only a couple of brick building ruins remain at Stateline. We went on to visit the old cemetery, which is well-marked and just out of town in the juniper and pinyon pine.

Stateline was active in the late 1890s to 1910s. It is quite possible that the mill is on private property, but I didn’t see any signs when I visited.

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Guy has hiked the deserts and mountains of the southwestern U.S. for more than twenty-five years. In that time, he has found hidden and remote locations that don't see many visitors.
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