02 April, 2020

the old mill

the former corn mill complex, built c. 1870.  The white building in the rear is the Waterfront Hotel.


38 comments:

  1. Can you go inside the mill-buildings? Are they empty or still have some use? Hm. Looks as grey as over here, though it seems the sun starts peeking through. So... to a fun day, Bill :-)

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  2. Must have been a formidable sight Bill.

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  3. History in photos. Thanx Bill.

    God bless you always.

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  4. mMst have been a busy place in the old days.

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  5. Very nice. These buildings were built to last.

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  6. Lots to discover in your new corner of the world.

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  7. Hi Bill.

    Nice that something old has been preserved.

    Greetings from Patricia.

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  8. Hello, great view of the mill and the area around! Take care, enjoy your day!

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  9. Must have been a gorgeous sight Bill.
    Zo nice that something old has been preserved.
    Stay save! Enjoy your day!

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  10. ...old mills are such a treat to see, the stone work is beautiful.

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  11. A great photo of the past mingling with the present ☕

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  12. The mill buildings look to be in great condition!

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  13. The Low Tide Helped To Set The Scene - Wonderful Shot There Mr Bill

    Cheers

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  14. The old stone buildings don't disappear so easily. You live in a very beautiful area.

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  15. Those old stone buildings are amazing. I hope they get a new life as something else.

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  16. Lovely stone buildings, but there does not seem to be much water flow to power a mill. Is this just the wrong season?

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  17. Wow! 1870! That is exactly 150 years before now. And they still look strong and fortified as ever! Stone buildings are not very common here except from the northern islands of Batanes where storms and typhoons shaped the culture there. It was even dubbed as Ireland of the Philippines due to its beautiful stone houses built over rolling hills and seasides.

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  18. Great combination of old and new.

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  19. It may last for another 150 years. An interesting building!

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  20. Looks like it's still holding strong.

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  21. They sure don't make them like the used to! Those building last practically forever.

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  22. Beautiful, those old buildings. Hopefully they can stay for a long time.

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  23. Like the old stone mill buildings.

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  24. I'm a bit reminded of a mill here.

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  25. Such skill in constructing a stone building.

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  26. Are they used for anything now? They're lovely.

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  27. Beautiful old stone buildings. They look to be in pretty good shape.

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  28. They the buildings look wonderful.

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  29. Lovely old buildings Bill, wonder what, if anything, they are used for now?

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  30. I do like the old stone buildings, lovely photograph.

    All the best Jan

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  31. What a beautiful environment and of history preserved to this day

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