Located in Gold Hill near Virginia City, Nevada, and only operating from 1922-28, American Flat Mill was once the largest mill in the U.S.
built with a concrete frame. When abandoned, all useful wood and metal was stripped for other uses thus leaving an erie and puzzeling
looking skeleton of concrete that has become a haven for graffiti artists. Due to the hazadous state of the site, the Bureau of Land
Management is planning to raze the structures and remediate the site back to the land's original state.