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National Register of Historic Places in Sacramento County, California
 
Site of Utah Condensed Milk Company Plant in Galt, California
12 October 2006
Sego Milk Plant Fire in 1992
24 November 1992

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National Register #78000741
Utah Condensed Milk Company Plant
621 3rd Street
Galt
Built 1917
Destroyed By Fire in 1992

The Utah Condensed Milk Company Plant, known locally as the Sego Milk Plant, was built in 1917 to provide a market for the dairy farms in this part of the Sacramento Valley. Fresh milk was hauled to the plant twice a day to be processed into condensed milk, evaporated milk, powdered milk and powdered ice cream.

On November 24, 1992, the deserted plant was destroyed by fire. Only the water tank still stands on the deserted lot beside the railroad tracks. The photograph of the fire is from the excellent and informative website of the Galt Area Historical Society.

 
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