Featuring a three-legged (Meadows-type) mill with a wooden hopper, Collins Ole Towne, utilizes a small mill that was used on large farms or small plantations. Step back in time and visit a depression-era country store featuring a collection of memorabilia found in most country stores of the 20s and 30s. The old time barbershop next door is a recreation of long ago where one could get a haircut, shave, shoeshine, and even a shower. Visit a small sawmill that families used to saw their building materials to construct their homes. A red schoolhouse includes desks from Central High School, a stage, and school memorabilia. From Central, take Hwy. 93 toward Liberty. Go one mile. Look for overhead railroad bridge on left. Turn left and cross bridge. Turn right. Right on first dirt road.