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The 3 lime kilns

Lime Kiln #3 is constructed of large granite boulders, smaller rock and lime mortar with some possible brick in the basal portion of the wall. It measures 9’across the top; a maximum height could not be taken due to the west region of the kiln being blown out. The kiln’s maximum

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