In the bowels of the grist mill

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UploadedApril 23, 2012
TakenApril 22, 2012
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D5000
Exposure1/6 sec at f/3.5
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Focal Length18 mm
ISO1600
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Longfellow Wayside Inn in Sudbury, Massachusetts, USA

Some interesting history:

The Wayside Inn Grist Mill is the first working mill to be built as a museum. Commissioned by Henry Ford and designed by renowned hydraulic engineer J.B. Campbell of Philadelphia, work on the Mill began in 1924 by local workmen preparing the waterway from Grist Mill Pond.
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In 1952, the Mill began full operations again. Under a lease arrangement with the Inn, Pepperidge Farm provided a full-time Miller to produce stone-ground whole wheat flour for the company’s products. The Wayside Inn Grist Mill shipped out its entire output to Pepperidge Farm plants
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The Mill produced flour for King Arthur Flour Company from 1967 to 1969. In 1969, the Inn began to operate the Mill, hiring its own full-time Miller. The Grist Mill currently produces 5–15 tons of flour per year (depending on demand) which is used in the restaurant’s baked goods and is sold in the Inn Gift Shop.

For more history, go to http://www.wayside.org/history/gristmill

6 responses

  • Robert R. Gaines

    Robert R. Gaines gave props (23 Oct 2012):

    Nice!. Love the machines from this era. They are mechanical art to me.

  • Tomma Henckel

    Tomma Henckel   said (24 Oct 2012):

    Thank you. I agree, mechanical art!

  • Betty Maxey

    Betty Maxey   gave props (6 Jan 2013):

    Very good entry!!!

  • Donna Mullins

    Donna Mullins   gave props (6 Jan 2013):

    Great entry and photo!

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (7 Jan 2013):

    Macrotastic entry!

  • James Wiley

    James Wiley gave props (11 Jan 2013):

    Some great highlights...Terrific entry!

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