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This rusty old partially sunken machine know as Quincy Dredge No.2 is located in Torch Lake near Hubble, MI. This machine was used to reclaim sand... more
60" Diameter Not Including Tassles
Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.
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Round Beach Towel
Weekender Tote Bag
Portable Battery Charger
This rusty old partially sunken machine know as Quincy Dredge No.2 is located in Torch Lake near Hubble, MI. This machine was used to reclaim sand that was put in the lake from an earlier stamping method used to extract copper from rock. Improvements in mining technology helped with extracting copper left in these sand deposits. This dredge was originally owned by the Calumet and Hecla Mining Company and was later purchased by the Quincy Mining Company. The dredge sank at its current resting location during the winter of 1968.
Hello, I'm a Michigan based photographer, originally from Arizona. I have lived in Michigan for the last 23 years. Most of my images will be from the Midwest area, but from time to time will include images from Ontario, the Southwest, and wherever else I may roam on occasion. I love hiking, camping and being out in nature and try to relay that wonderful feeling in my images. But sometimes I don't mind spending time in the city. I mainly like to shoot photos of landscape, nature, and architecture (old, new, barns, and abandoned buildings). I occasionally will dive into some automotive, trains, and the occasional natural abstract. I like to review all images meticulously before uploading to provide you with the most...
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