Little remains of Belmont's largest mill except for the brick smokestack towering over the deserted hills. Despite the utilitarian nature of the structure, raised brick arches and a cornice encircle the top. Stone ruins once contained the forty-stamp mill, which was removed when the operation closed in the early twentieth century.
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