Logan Mills

A short driving distance from my house lies Sugar Valley.  There is an historic grist mill located there.
It's called Logan Mills.  

It was built about 1840 and is 3 stories high and built out of coursed stone.  The mill wheel is not longer there and the window glass has been removed from the front and side.  They are still there on the back side and you can see them on the one photo.  I'm not sure why they were removed, maybe they had problems with kids driving by and busting them out.

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.








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Comments

It's a beautiful old building and still looks solid.
Jim said…
It's a beauty.
What a beautiful and historic building!
Yogi♪♪♪ said…
It is a beautiful, solid looking old building.
Rose said…
That is one beautiful building...one of the prettiest I have seen. Wish it were near me.
Great, historic building and I like your photography! The photos have a postcard-like feel to them.
Carole M. said…
how beautiful this old building through your lens
magiceye said…
Beautifully captured!!
ladyfi said…
What a gorgeous old building!
Linley S said…
A great historic old building, beautifully captured.
orchid Miyako said…
Mill built out of coursed stone is western style for me and ours are normally wooden :-) Beautiful historical old building with greenery,Felicia ♡♡♡

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*
Birgitta said…
Beautiful,historic building! Great capture!
Magnus said…
Wonderful mill and photo, i love such a buildings.
Icy BC said…
What a beautiful old building!
Some of my favourite old buildings are mills and granaries. Excellent.
Tom said…
What a great cut stone building! Tom The Backroads Traveller
DeniseinVA said…
You took great photos of this beautiful old building.
Pamela Gordon said…
It's a beautiful old building. I also like the rusty hay rake (?) at the back.
Roan said…
A beautiful mill! Love all the textures and color, and the old harrow. Those are my favorite kind of windows. I thought about putting them in when my 1925 house was rennovated, but then remembered I would have to wash them. Too bad they are missing from the front and side. Lovely post! Thanks for joining in!
TexWisGirl said…
beautiful place!
Debby Ray said…
What a lovely place...great photos!
Karen said…
Old mills are great to explore. Beautiful vibrant colour in this shots!
Tanya Breese said…
oh it is beautiful! i love these old places!
Gail Dixon said…
Chiming in with the others on how wonderful this historic place is. Thank you for sharing it!
Trace4J said…
Truly a beautiful place.
Hugs
Blackberry Lane said…
Really a lovely place.
Al said…
Nice - an imposing building!
Valerie said…
That last capture is really something special. Thank you for sharing.
pattisjarrett said…
What a darling old mill, and I like the rusty implement you found, too.
What a beautiful building, love the last photo showing the broken panes and the rusty hay rake!