Cedar Creek Grist Mill, United States of America

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Project NameCedar Creek Grist Mill
CountryUnited States of America
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Data Types

Data Type Size Device Name Device Type
LiDAR - Terrestrial5.88 GBFaro Focus X330 Phase Based Laser Scanner
Site DescriptionThe Cedar Creek Grist Mill is a historical grist mill located in Woodland, Washington listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The small water-powered mill was built in 1876 by George W. Woodham family and A.C. Reid. to produce flour, cornmeal and animal feed for settlers and U.S. Army personnel living around the Fort Vancouver area. It is the oldest working grinding mill in the state of Washington. Water from the creek flows through a wooden sluice box, into the mill, powering the turbine at an amazing rate of 47 gallons a second. The mill was restored to working condition in the 1980s and is now a working museum, showing the visitors that come from all over the world how the mill would have looked and operated in 1876
Project DescriptionIn 2015 Case Forensics Corporation documented the Cedar Creek Grist Mill using a FARO X330 laser scanner. The scanner was positioned in 30 locations in and around the mill and the adjacent covered bridge and all data was donated to CyArk.
Collection Date2015-05-07 to 2015-05-12
Publication Date2020-06-22
License TypeCC BY-NC-SA
CollectorsJensen Hughes (formerly Case Forensics Corporation)
Site AuthorityN/A
2020: Cedar Creek Grist Mill - LiDAR - Terrestrial . Collected by Jensen Hughes (formerly Case Forensics Corporation) . Distributed by Open Heritage 3D. https://doi.org/10.26301/kbgp-9c03

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