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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Murray's Mill

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Murray's Mill was built in 1913 in Hickory, NC. We went down there a few Saturday's ago. I have posted a few pics since then so it may look familiar to you but I hadn't given you the "official" tour till now ;)

Next week I will show you the General Store, which is right across from the mill. For more info on the mill VISIT HERE and I am linking with Tom's Tuesday's Treasures today...Have a great day!

15 comments:

  1. That is a beautiful site. One would hardly know it was a mill from that first picture. Glad to see this is all still preserved for people to enjoy today.

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  2. ...what a beautiful treasure. I love old mills and this is a fabulous one! Thanks Tanya for stopping by, I hope to see you back again.

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  3. Looks like its still operational. Have you seen the one at Babcock State Park in WV?

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  4. A marvelous place to explore, Tanya!

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  5. Beautiful place and great captures. And the huge wheel looks amazing!

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  6. You got wonderful pictures and angles of the mill!! Favorite pictures are 3, 4, & 5. Love your son by the big wheel, it really shows how huge it is. And I like that pretty green scale.

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  7. Great pictures and picture by picture made for a wonderful tour.
    MB

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  8. What a great looking mill. It all seem to still be functional. Do they give grinding demonstrations? How fine this mill has been taking over by the Historical Society.

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  9. That's great! What an impressive wheel!

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  10. I love this! I visited a mill many years ago in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Great memories!

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  11. Oh, Tanya, I just visited one blog that I thought would be hard to equal the treasure but this one does. And so, so glad you post a photo big enough for us to get a good view.

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  12. Beautifully restored! Love the water coming over the dam!

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  13. Oh, what a stunning place! I love to see places like this and learn a bit of history along the way. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to see the general store :)

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Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)