About 6" underground along a 1903 wagon or logging road in N. Georgia's gold belt

AmericanGeode

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About 6" underground along a 1903 wagon or logging road in N. Georgia's gold belt

In the spirit of dig every signal, I have found buckets of rocks (appreciate any further tips and tricks on avoiding rocks), but I also over the course of 3 visits found this various rusted equipment. Farming, logging? Who knows!
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Nice find... but what is it? :icon_scratch:
Kinda looks like a metal laundry washtub.
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Sorry, I really do not see anything here. Can you isolate the item?
 
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Sorry. Those were different parts or sides? Whatever this was had been broken into different parts.
 
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Something like that feels right. This area has so many iron rocks, hot rocks that defy disc, I was happy to not dig up another rock.
 

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