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  • Slurry Silo at St. Marys Cement Plant
        This picture depicts the slurry silos at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The plant at this time would grind up stone and clay before passing this liquid form into the kiln.
      This picture depicts the slurry silos at the St. Marys Cement Plant. ...
  • Slurry Bin at St. Marys Cement Plant
        A dump truck unloads ground materials into a slurry bin at the St. Marys Cement Plant. This slurry was a mixture of ground up stone and clay that would later be passed into the kiln.
      A dump truck unloads ground materials into a slurry bin at the ...
  • St. Marys Cement Old Plant
        The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This photo depicts the original plant.
      The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This photo depicts the ...
  • Rock Storage at St. Marys Cement Plant
        This photo from the St. Marys Cement Plant depicts the rock storage building in the mid 1900s.
      This photo from the St. Marys Cement Plant depicts the rock storage ...
  • Clinker Storage Building
        This photo depicts the clinker storage building at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The material from the kiln is cooled and is now referred to as clinker. Clinker from the conveyor is transferred to the 45 000-tonne clinker storage building adjacent to the plant. The plant opened in 1912 and ...
      This photo depicts the clinker storage building at the St. Marys Cement ...
  • St. Marys Cement Plant Quarry and Plant
        The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This photo shows the plant when it had two exhaust stacks.
      The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This photo shows the ...
  • Marion Electric Shovel and Side Dump in Old Quarry
        "MARION III-M"
      "MARION III-M"
  • Cooler Tube Elbows
        This photo depicts cooler tube elbows before installation at the St. Marys Cement Plant.
      This photo depicts cooler tube elbows before installation at the St. Marys ...
  • Aerial View of St. Marys Cement Plant
        The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This aerial photo depicts the new and old plant.
      The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This aerial photo depicts ...
  • Precipitator Building
        This picture depicts the side of the precipitator building at the St. Marys Cement Plant during the construction of the new plant.
      This picture depicts the side of the precipitator building at the St. ...
  • Raw Mill Building at St. Marys Cement Plant
        This photo depicts the raw mill building and silos at the St. Marys Cement Plant during construction in the 1970s.
      This photo depicts the raw mill building and silos at the St. ...
  • Marion Electric Shovel and Side Dump
        "MARION III-M"
      "MARION III-M"
  • St. Marys Cement Plant Aerial View
        This photo shows an aerial view of the St. Marys Cement Plant (new and original plants). The original plant opened in 1912.
      This photo shows an aerial view of the St. Marys Cement Plant ...
  • Electric Shovel and Dump Truck in Old Quarry
        The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This later photo shows an electric shovel and dump truck working in the old quarry.
      The St. Marys Cement Plant opened in 1912. This later photo shows ...
  • Cement Plant Worker Using Electric Shovel
        The box at the man's feet: "HIGH EXPLOSIVE -- DANGEROUS CLASS III - DIVISION I C.R.C. 15A 65"
      The box at the man's feet: "HIGH EXPLOSIVE -- DANGEROUS CLASS III ...
  • St. Marys Cement Plant Shed
        This early picture depicts a storage shed and silos at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The cement plant opened in 1912. A vehicle is shown entering the building.
      This early picture depicts a storage shed and silos at the St. ...
  • Tunnel at St. Marys Cement Plant
        This photo depicts a tunnel at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The date is unknown.
      This photo depicts a tunnel at the St. Marys Cement Plant. The ...
  • St. Marys Cement Kiln and Burner Building
        This picture depicts the new St. Marys Cement kiln, kiln shelter and burner building. The coolers are the cylinders surrounding the kiln
      This picture depicts the new St. Marys Cement kiln, kiln shelter and ...
  • St. Marys Cement Kiln Stacks
        When the St. Marys Cement Company opened in 1912 it had two coal-fired rotary kilns that were each 165 feet long by eight feet in diameter. These kilns could produce 455,000 pounds of cement per day. This photo shows some of the buildings of the original plant with 2 exhaust ...
      When the St. Marys Cement Company opened in 1912 it had two ...
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