Mill - 3


Gulledge Mill, nearby Clayton.

Robertson Grist Mill, Clayton.

"Adams Mill", this is probably my favorite of the trip because I've never seen one this a built like this ...very unique in my opinion. COOL!! Really enjoyed Alabama's grist mill, it is amazing how different each state has been to see the way they are built, I biggest wish would be to chat with someone who is in the know about all these mills, why are they built this way or that? big wheel verses smaller?? ...they are so unique and fun!!  My hubby is a part of the "The Society for the Preservation of Old Mills". Click that link there for you wish to know more, if you are so curious, not sure if you have heard of it, You can find some mills you might have not heard of ever??!?!

Did you have a favorite from the 3 different mill posts?? Did you miss one? Please catch up "Mill 2" & "Mill - 1" You are so cool, and I wish to say thank you for stopping by. Hope you are well. Take Care. Beth ( ; 


William Kendall said…
Excellent shots, Beth.
This N That said…
Love old Mills..Great pictures..
Linda said…
Interesting structures and beautiful skies! I am familiar with the Society for Preservation of Old Mills. They requested the use of one of my old pictures, so I let them use it. It was an old mill that collapsed sometime after I took the picture.

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