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The Clifford Lime and Stone Company may have been located here.
It is described as being three miles northwest of Kingston on a spur track of the Western and Atlantic Railroad, and this area roughly matches that description.
The whole area has been artificially leveled and spur could have run north into the leveled area. Something that looks like it might have been a rail spur is visible in satellite photos.
It isn't clear who owns the land now. It isn't posted, but it is very overgrown with kudzu.
If this is the correct location, no large structures remain. There are some features sticking up off of the ground, but they are so overgrown that they can't be discerned without very close inspection.
A Report on the Limestone and Cement Materials of Georgia (7B on map, on page 161)
A Report on the Limestone and Cement Materials of Georgia (page 322)
Coords: 34.276994 N -84.948685 W
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