In the late 1800s and early 1900s, this quarry was producing a lot of rock for the town of Galt. However, the town of Galt forced it to close in the early 1900s. This quarry would export dolomite and calcite to the booming town, but in its early days it would also produce lime. Now, the quarry is but a depression in the ground with a few foundations scattered nearby. The quarry house has been preserved and is now used as a residence. There is evidence of homeless people camping here, but none were spotted when I visited. The center of the quarry is almost always flooded with water but it is never too deep.