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Snapshots

  1. Harpers Formation

    Snapshot Title: Harpers Formation
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    Behind the mill to the north is a railroad cut exposing the Harpers Formation.



  2. Weverton Formation

    Snapshot Title: Weverton Formation
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    Cambrian beach sand fused to quartzite during Alleghanian mountain building.



  3. Bolt in a hole

    Snapshot Title: Bolt in a hole
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    Keeping the structure standing requires some modern modifications.



  4. Broad Run

    Snapshot Title: Broad Run
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    This stream cuts across Bull Run Mountain with the Thoroughfare Gap water gap.



  5. Learn more...

    Snapshot Title: Learn more...
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    ...about the history of this site:
    www.chapmansmill.org Will open in a new tab or window/



  6. Another perspective

    Snapshot Title: Another perspective
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    To get another look at the mill from this spot, check out this second GigaPan:
    gigapan.com/gigapans/125419



  7. Plumose structure

    Snapshot Title: Plumose structure
    Taken by: Callan Bentley

    Image: Chapman's Mill, Thoroughfare Gap, Virginia
    Image Owner: Callan Bentley



    Description:

    The front face of this door-jamb-forming block is defined by a joint that propagated from left to right.