Last year I posted about the old sawdust burner on Langley Road. Since then I've happened upon two other sawdust burners, both in pretty good shape. This one is at the county museum in Centennial, Wyoming. The museum was closed, so I couldn't get close, but the patina of the cladding and the intact screen make this probably the best preserved sawdust burner I've seen.
This next burner is more utilitarian, and is surrounded by asphalt, but the screen is intact, and it is in pretty good shape. Located in an industrial area of Redding, California, there was undoubtedly a lot of timber processed in this area.
Sawdust Burners and Whidbey Island.