Discovered by a hiker in Pennsylvania. I love this. Who built it? And when? It's like the curtain is pulled back to view a tiny glimpse of history and my imagination takes flight. Awesome! Hunt'S Lodges, Games Land, Fireplaces, Wonder Places, Devil Hole, States Games, Abandoned Houses, Wood Houses, Hiking
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So..how did old chimney work? Why were there three hearth-looking holes? Did fires on three floors share the same chimney? That doesn't sound right. Anyone know?
Herdman's Mill, part of a model community built in 1835 by the Herdman brothers from Belfast. They succeeded in creating a community where people of both religious backgrounds forked and lived together for over 170 years, until the competition from China became too stiff and the mill was closed in 2004.
Pillar, by Nicholas A Tonelli. "Discovered while hiking in the woods along Devil's Hole Creek, Monroe County, within State Game Land 221. The ruins are of a hunting lodge built early in the last century, according to my hiking guidebook. Supposedly the lodge became a speakeasy during Prohibition."