Please tell me what this was used for.
p.s. your photos are stunning!!!!
Thank you very much. I am not too sure what this was used for. There are chimneys above each opening, so I assume pioneers probably built it to fire brick. But I really do not know. I have been trying to get a hold of one of my past architecture professors for his input.
I've heard that it was a crematorium.
Could be St Thomas. I wasn't real sure what to label this, but knew it used to be something to burn "stuff".
I have just re-visited this place and there has been a sign put up since saying these were lime kilns (not a crematorium).
How do you get to this place?
There's a trail from the southwest that runs between a driveway and another house's yard. It's been a couple of years since I've been here though.
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Photo taken in Greater Avenues, Salt Lake City, UT, USA