Sunday, May 21, 2017

Frye's Measure Mill

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The Daniel Cragin Mill, known today as the Frye's Measure Mill, is a historic watermill established in 1858. The mill is about three miles (5 km) west of the small town of Wilton in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire. For over 150 years the mill's production has been unique woodenware and wooden boxes used for dry measuring boxes. Presently the mill's main production is Shaker-style pantry boxes and furniture pieces for the various Shaker communities and their museum gift shops. The mill was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1982. - Wikipedia

The mill is quite picturesque. I took this photo with an infrared converted camera.

Frye's Measure Mill

There are plans to open up other parts of the mill to the public such as this workshop. I plan to return at that time.

There is much to see in the many rooms

Apothecary Bottles

Nice place to sit, however the black flies were biting when I was there

Classic view of a historic mill

Another view