Burnished Branch Comely Comrades Dutchmans Breeches Golden Reflections Magnolias Sir Wilfrid Laurier Climbing Roses Slippers of the Bruce Sunny Sill Touch-me-nots Woodland Wildflowers Triptych Yellow Lady's Slipper
Beside the Still Waters Come With Me Glade Creek Grist Mill - Winter Glade Creek Grist Mill - Autumn Meadowside Mirror Moon Gate Morning Moment No Room October Old Sheave Tower Oxford's Welcome Rambling River Song Sheep on the Hillside Springtime on the Sogne Fjord The Old Sentinel Waiting - Milk Can Woodside - Mackenzie King
Gros Morne Indian Harbour Island Solitude Magnets of Newfoundland Port Sydney Point Spirit Island Splashing Thru The Crags Ten Little Puffins Testimony
Old Sheave Tower Tea Light
A bit of
Built by Allan Bowman in 1876, the
Water from Blair Creek ran through the sluice and turned a vertical turbine shaped like a corkscrew, producing15 additional kW of power for the Blair Mill across the road, which once ground corn for Schneider’s pea meal bacon.
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