The ancient walls of the Mill Pond House are located in the middle of the Worman’s Mill development, situated in the northern part of the City of Frederick, Maryland. The crumbling structure is is significant to the community and the city as a point of interest and a cultural touchstone for an era from which so few examples survive. Following an archaeological investigation, the city’s engineering department documented the ruins with the aid of the Leica Nova MS60 MultiStation. The resulting images provided a detailed rendition of the Mill Pond House, capturing perspectives that were previously unavailable—such as how the second-story wood frame structure would have rested on the stone walls of the first story, the layout of the underground cellar, and a ventilation shaft off the north elevation.
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