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Rose's Mill Bridge - 1839

Rose's Mill Bridge - 1839

The design of this three-arch bridge is unusual in that the western-most arch accommodated the mill race outlet, called the flue. The approaches to the bridge were also widened to include a “drive-through” wagon loading floor below the actual mill. Built at the site of a large mill complex known today by its original name, Rose’s Mill, for much of its working life it was called Sharer’s Mill.