Some pictures of this Lumber Yard in my town. I spend more time "PICKEN" than metal detecting.:rolleyes:

I feel I need to wear my motorcycle helmet in some of the old buildings.

The sight was a Saw Mill back in the early 1800's for the area. There was a Mill and Dam near by.
I haven't finished detecting the grounds yet. It has been way to dry this summer.
Old railway lines are still on the property as they delivered coal and wood to the area.


I found this last year in an old Lumber Yard that is still in business. They had no clue and I still don't know what it was used for. Made out of bronze I believe.
Possibly a slide shoe or spacer for a trailer ball and hitch? The edge showing strike marks suggests it was inserted after the ball and hitch was seated.