Historic Mindoro: The Mindoro Cut

© Photographed September 2, 2015
Sponsored by Mindoro Lions Club
Mindoro, La Cross County, Wisconsin
44.021415,-91.101854
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THE MINDORO CUT
This cut, located at the highest point on State Hwy 108 between Mindoro and West Salem, is 74 feet deep and 25 feet wide. It was hand-hewn out of hard rock in 1907. All work was completed with horse-drawn equipment & hand tools. As far as known, it is the largest hand-hewn cut in the nation.
The mural is located at Farmington Town Hall on southbound State Road 108, at its intersection with Fulton Street / County Highway D, at or near N8309 State Road 108, Mindoro, Wisconsin 54644.

Take a stroll through history! The History murals displayed throughout downtown Black River Falls and Jackson County celebrate the history, culture, heritage and ethnicity of Jackson County. Contact the Black River Area Chamber of Commerce for detailed information at 800-404-4008.
Black River Country Wisconsin: Art in the Outdoors

Click here for a list of all murals photographed to date and to learn more about the mural project. 

See also, WRL-79: The Mindoro Cut, a nearby related marker.




The Mindoro Cut is a Wisconsin Registered Landmark.

The mural is located at the Farmington Town Hall, Mindoro, Wisconsin.

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