There is a large wood planer (wood saw) and kiln at Pomona in the days of logging. It is said to have been operated by an American company, Tidewater, who forested the Forest Reserves in the Stann Creek Valley and its environs. Like the steam engines in Middlesex, all these machines were shipped down from the United States. Some of the machines were made by C.B. Rogers & Company of Norwich, Connecticut while others were made by Aimes Ironworks of Oswego, New York and Goulds Manufacturing of Seneca Falls, New York. The planer was used to trim the logs down to a specific size while the kiln extracted the sap from the wood to combat termites and bugs. Some of the smaller parts were removed by hunters who looted the copper and brass, the remaining parts lie on the jungle floors in Pomona. It is located around the 10 miles area.