ST Mill

Author Murdoch80 - Last updated: 06.09.2013

It’s been a long time since I have posted something, but better late than never I guess. While on holidays and on a road trip from the bottom of australia to the top i came across a few abandoned buildings along the 2 month trip. This location was not one not to pass up on exploring. It was untouched and been left to rot and rust for many many years. I didn’t get too much time to explor the whold building which was the size of a small city block. A nearby cyclone was making life hard and very wet.

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