Old mills are so charming to see! I never thought about the power that must be needed to make spades!
Very beautiful pictures.Wishing you a nice week.
Always enjoy seeing an old mill. Hope you are having a good week.
I always love seeing old mills. You have captured this one beautifully.
That is so interesting -- I was thinking it would be another meaning of the word spade, but I learned it was the same spade I was thinking of -- you know I never ever thought about how these vital tools were made. Fascinating.
Interesting how life has changed over the years.
I love to see places like this...whether in person or in photos.
Worth visiting it
Ha Christine, prachtig deze oude historische watermolen, hier hou ik van.groet kees.
interesting history...the spade maker must have been very busy! what a beautiful mill!
Hi ChristineBeautiful pictures of the old mill.Groettie from Patricia.
Hello, I love seeing these old mills. Neat place to visit and great photos. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
Technology at its finest. I like the twin wheels.
That is a very picturesque spot.
Beautiful spade mill. It would be interesting to see how they made the spades.
Very nice! Love to see your mill ;-)
Lovely photos, Christine.
Wonderful pictures of the old mill.
When I first saw the mill, I didn't make the connection to tools, I thought that it was a gristmill. I searched and found a video of the Patterson Spade Mill, very interesting. Thanks Christine for stopping by and I hope to see you back again.
Wonderful old mill and you captured it beautifully. Well done, Christine.
That's a new thing for me too!
an interesting story, some things we just don't think about!! beautiful captures!!
Lovely photos of old mill.
Interesting! Nice to see the wheel and the water!
Excelentes fotografias.Um abraço e bom Fevereiro.Andarilhar || Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa || Livros-Autografados