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Gristmill 21

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By FredPagano

Description:
Close up to ECU of pulleys and belts driving the millstone at a historic water-powered grist mill.


The grist mill in Sudbury, Massachusetts is the first grist mill to be built as a museum. Its construction was commissioned by Henry Ford as part of a historic village he had envisioned at the site of the old Howe Tavern, a historic property popularized by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow in his classic, "Tales of a Wayside Inn." The entirely water-powered mill was built in 1929 by renowned hydraulic engineer J.B. Campbell, and is still in use today. It is built in the style of the grist mills that operated in the Delaware Valley in Pennsylvania and England. From 1952 to 1967 it produced 48 tons of whole wheat flour a month for Pepperidge Farm, and is the basis for their packaging logo. For the next two years, the mill produced flour for King Arthur Flour Co. It is still operating, and produces flour used at the Wayside Inn and for sale to the public.

Additional Information

Item ID:
28499236
Usage:
Editorial
Duration:
00:00:12
Looping:
No
Alpha Matte:
No
Alpha Channel:
No
Model Released:
No
Property Released:
No
Location:
Sudbury, Ma
Compressor Name:
AVC Coding
Average Bitrate:
31.9 Mbps
Bit Depth:
24