|The railroad station tower roof and a gazebo built just north of the Mill. (Looking northwest. Job-built ladder at left is roughly behind the Main St. Cinema.)|
The Mark Twain's superstructure, a dozen train cars, four streetcars, and a variety of wagons including Concord stagecoaches were built at the studio, but an amazing amount of carpentry was performed on-site. All the facades on Main Street, the train station and City Hall tower cupolas, the filigree of the Golden Horseshoe saloon, the turned posts of the British Colonial jungle boat dock, and even the huge pirate ship for Fantasyland, were built at, or immediately outside, the Mill, which was located between the Administration Building and Main Street. The Mill was converted to exhibit space in late 1961 and later remodeled to showcase Great Moments With Mr. Lincoln. A small, two-story building hid the Mill and housed the Bank of America, shops, and the Strollers and Wheelchairs facility. The park's telephone operators were located upstairs with a view of Town Square.