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Scotts Mill, Milford Ontario

Scotts Mill, Milford Ontario

Scotts Mill, Milford Ontario 1 Scotts Mill Rd Milford, ON K0K 2P0 Originally built around 1815 ~ Scotts Mill gave rise to the Town of Milford by providing lumber for buildings. When driviing arond Prince Edward County its important to veer into the villages and side road to see unique pieces of hsitry.  Check out

The Tyrone Mill, Tyrone Ontario

The Tyrone Mill, Tyrone Ontario

The Tyrone Mill, Tyrone Ontario 2656 Concession Rd 7, Tyrone, ON L0B http://tyronemill.net/ The Tyrone mill near Bowmanville may be Ontario’s last commercially operated water-powered mill. Within the sprawling Greater Toronto area, there remains a tranquil oasis where visitors can return to simpler pleasures of Pioneer Ontario. That retreat, one of the last commercially operated

Walking through an old Mill to get to the bottom of Balls Falls Upper, Lincoln Ontario

Walking through an old Mill to get to the bottom of Balls Falls Upper, Lincoln Ontario

Walking through an old Mill to get to the bottom of Balls Falls Upper, Lincoln Ontario Ball’s Falls Conservation Area, 3292 Sixth Avenue, ON L0R 1S0 While almost reaching upper Balls Falls you approach and old Mill, it is quite a stop to explore. If careful through the hole and up and over the rock

Historic Babcock Mill, Odessa Ontario

Historic Babcock Mill, Odessa Ontario

Babcock Mill, Odessa Ontario Eastern Region, Lennox & Addington, Odessa 100 Bridge Street, Odessa, Ontario, K0H 2H0 The Babcock Mill was Built in 1856, this historic mill is a must-see when visiting Odessa in  all seasons. The original site had 3 buildings.  One was a Woolen Mill that faced on to Factory Street.  The centre