McCulloch Gold Mill ( )

Cornish engineer Charles T. McCulloch and Elizer Kersey built "MCCulloch Gold Mill." in 1832. Using locally quarried granite rock, they created an enduring "Cornish Rock Engine House" in the center of the North Carolina Piedmont. The gold mill operated continuously for over 30 years.

The Castle was completed in 1832 and took the labor of over 100 men and 2 years construct. More than 150 years later, Richard Harris restored the building in the mid 1980's.

McCulloch Gold Mill and Castle McCulloch are located in the Triad, near Jamestown, NC, just off Business 85 at Kivett Drive.

The McCulloch Foundation
6328 Kivett Loop, Jamestown, North
Carolina 27282
Phone (336) 887-2206
Fax (336) 887-3936

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