This collection includes some of my most popular images from the mills and some rank among my personal favorites. The Stone, Everett and Pacific Mills are strongly represented here, as we’ll as the Duck Mill and an image from the Abbott Mill in Andover and one from the Wannalancit Mill in Lowell, my hometown.

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  • Merrimack River: Blue Rain
  • The Great Stone Dam: Night Falls
  • Stone Mill: Boilerhouse Office
  • Wood Mill: Control Panels
  • Wood Mill: Red Door
  • Pacific Mill: General Electric
  • Stone Mill: Oil Changed Contacts Cleaned
  • Everett Mill: Clock Face
  • Everett Mill: No 5 Mill
  • Ayer Mil Clock Tower: Keeping Time
  • Pacific Mill: Machine Shop Workbench
  • Pacific Mill: Certificate of Merit
  • Stone and Everett
  • Stone Mill: Spiral
  • Wannalancit Mill: Spiral
  • Everett Mill: Clock Tower
  • Stone Mill: Utility Cart
  • Pacific Mill: Night Lights
  • Abbott Mill: Steel Case Desk
  • Lawrence: The Mill City
  • Stone Mill: Smokestack
  • Pacific Mill: Escape
  • Pacific Mill: Windows
  • Duck Mill: View of Pemberton
  • Duck Mill: Replacement Windows
  • Arlington Mill: Light and Shadow
  • Arlington Mill: Tower
  • Washington Mill: Stairwell
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  1. Hi, I am an environmental engineer who works to repurpose many of the old industrial buildings that are similar to the ones you photograph, esp. former tobacco mills in Virginia and mid Atlantic. Your pics are absolutely beautiful and inspire me to continue to appreciate these historic masterpieces.
    Dennis

  2. Really like the mill shots, very evocative. We’re down in Westport Mass (basically between New Bedford and Fall River) and wondered if you had ever some down this way to take photos or if you might consider it in the future. We’re building a new home and are trying to keep things as local as possible, so local mill photos (and there are a LOT of old mills down this way!) would be a cool thing, not that Lawrence and Lowell are all that far away. Just wondering, thanks.

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