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Tuesday, 9 January 2018

A Massachusetts Red Mill


From our New England trip last October, this was a pretty little mill in the Chelmsford area of Massachusetts.

A pretty spot, but on private property so no more exploration there unfortunately.


Linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasures HERE

27 comments:

  1. ...what a treasure you have found, Christine. Mills are wonderful reminders of the past. Thanks for sharing this week, I hope that you will stop back.

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  2. Hello, I just love these old mills. This one looks beautiful and well cared for. Great photos. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day.

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  3. Looks beautiful and well cared for.

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  4. Looks like an idyllic spot!

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  5. Such a Beautiful Place.
    Happy new year

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  6. That certainly is a very picturesque spot. It makes me wonder if it's still operating as a mill.

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  7. What a change in the landscape since then

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  8. Hi Christine.

    Beautiful pictures of this mill.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  9. Beutiful site!!
    I need to be on the road again...
    : )

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  10. Very well looked after! I like that shade of red.

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  11. We have quite a few mills around here, but this one may be the prettiest I have ever seen. I love the big red wheel! And the bell on top (that makes it look like it used to be a little red schoolhouse). It is very well taken care of. Is it a working mill?

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  12. A very pretty building - almost looks like a toy. I knew they had a Cambridge in Massachusetts but didn't realise there was a Chelmsford there too.

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  13. It's beautiful! Wouldn't it be so neat to own one of these?!!

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  14. It is so lovely painted red like that!

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  15. Very pretty and a lovely location. I love the reflection of the house in the water. Nice photos, Christine.

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  16. A wonderful spot. It must have a rich history!

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  17. A pretty treasure. So glad they are keeping it up.

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  18. Oh what a beautiful set of pictures.

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  19. The mill is beautiful. Looks new and well maintained!

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  20. I just love old mills and this is a beautiful one! Love your header photo, too.

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  21. Beautiful mill. Loved the post and pics.

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  22. Oh, what a beauty! I so wish you could have explored...love it.

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  23. Looks like a fairy tail setting! Love it!

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