Abraham Erb's Grist Mill - original grist mill was demolished in 1927, but a replica was built in 1998 in Waterloo Park.
Is this an original building, or is this built as part of an attraction?
No this is not the original building. It is a replica with a timber frame, apparently, constructed using local materials including 300 year old hand hewn oak, elm, cherry and pine beams as well as a 12 foot water wheel. The original was demolished in 1927 when it was 111 years old.
Congratulations, that is an excellent photo
Thank you for your visit and your very kind words Małgorzata K. :)
ஜ♥๑ Renáta ๑♥ஜ
Your pictures are beautiful
THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH Małgr♥zatka, YOU ARE AN AMAZING LADY, THANK YOU FOR YOUR VISITS AND ALL YOUR EXREMELY WONDERFUL, HEARTWARMING AND SUPPORTIVE COMMENTS, LIKES AND FAVOURITES!!!♥♥♥
XoXoX Renata XoXoX
Hello Renáta, your indian summer seems to turn out very nice! Enjoy it!
Believe me Tom, I have been enjoying it...but I heard things were going to go downhill now! :'(
My parents are leaving for the Old Country on Tuesday, my mom heard that you're supposed to be having the worst winter in a thousand years (don't ask me where)...I hope THAT turns out to be a lie! :)
Yes, same here (you've got good info!). The fog and cold lain down here in last days almost till late afternoon. And yes again - meteorologists from Poland promised long and cold winter for us. Our meteorologists does not agree. :) Let's see!
Very beautiful, I like it. Greetings from Italy, Giorgio
Thank you so much for your compliment and like Giorgio! :)
ஜ♥๑ Hello from Canada, Renáta ๑♥ஜ
that's what I like more than modern technics;))
Thank you for your kind opinion of this photo Klaus. I definitely agree, unfortunately we can't stop "progress"...but I guess we don't have to photograph it! ;D
super!!! like. F
Magnifica immagine,il tempo si è come fermato,Like,ciao carissima Renáta...saluti cordiali Antonio
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Photo taken in Waterloo Park, Waterloo, ON N2L 2Z4, Canada
Abraham Erb's Grist Mill
Misplaced? Suggest new location