Saturday, September 09, 2006

1854 Dells Mill

The Dells mill operated as a flour and feed mill for
over 100 years. The water from Bridge Creek was the
only source of power ever used.
The mill building itself is a five-story structure built
of hand hewed timbers and held together by wooden
pegs. It contains 3,000 feet of belting and 175 pulleys
all powered by water.

Fourth Generation

Mill pond Goose


Yenni said...

hmmm.....nice view...
Did you take those pictures by yourself?

Well, it's really a good idea to use other energy besides electricity. Just wondering when will my country start to do that? hehehehe

Jean said...

Yes, I use a Canon digital SLR.