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Capital SouthEast Connector

The Capital SouthEast Connector is a 34-mile planned parkway in California running from Interstate 5 to U.S. Route 50. The route runs through Sacramento County, Elk Grove, Rancho Cordova, Folsom, and El Dorado County. This project serves as an al ...

                                               

Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Project

The Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Project, also known as the Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway, is a planned 10.84-mile highway bypass along the U.S. Route 15 corridor near Shamokin Dam, Pennsylvania. It has been designated as part o ...

                                               

Heartland Expressway

The Heartland Expressway is a federally designated High Priority Corridor between Limon, Colorado, and Rapid City, South Dakota. The proposed four-lane corridor is currently under construction, and when completed, will function as the central thi ...

                                               

Illiana Expressway

The Illiana Expressway, also known as the Illiana Corridor, was a controversial proposed toll road in northeastern Illinois and northwestern Indiana. Formal environmental impact statement studies were begun in April 2011 and were led jointly by t ...

                                               

Kickapoo Turnpike

The turnpike is set to begin just east of Luther Road, at an at-grade intersection with SE 89th Street, on the Oklahoma–Cleveland county line. It will then head north and feature a southbound-only interchange with I-40 a half-mile 800 m later. Th ...

                                               

Lafayette Regional Xpressway

The Lafayette Regional Xpressway is a planned controlled-access toll road in Lafayette Parish, Louisiana. The LRX has also been termed the Lafayette Loop. It will provide an alternative highway for north-south traffic bypassing the City of Lafaye ...

                                               

Lynn Canal Highway

The Lynn Canal Highway, or Juneau Access Road, is a proposed road between Skagway and City and Borough of Juneau, the capital of the U.S. state of Alaska. Such a road, if built, would still require ferry access to connect Juneau to the Alaskan hi ...

                                               

Tampa Bay Area Beltway

The Tampa Bay Area Beltway was a proposed beltway in Tampa, Florida. The plan was originally spearheaded by the Tampa-Hillsborough Expressway Authority and would have provided an alternative to Interstate 75, Interstate 275, and parts of Intersta ...

                                               

West Davis Corridor

The West Davis Corridor is a proposed freeway through western Davis County, Utah. The preferred alternative would begin at Interstate 15 and the Legacy Parkway in Farmington, proceeding northwest through the communities of Kaysville, Layton, and ...

                                               

Ischermuhle

Ischermuhle is a 16th-century water mill near Hirschland, France. It is situated on the river Isch, a tributary stream of the Saar. The first mill on this site was built in 1587 Schneider, Adam Weir, and the stone inside the mill bears the date 1 ...

                                               

Garboldisham Windmill

Although millers were recorded in Garboldisham during the sixteenth century, the first record of a windmill was in 1739 when Ishmael Pizzey left his windmill to his wife. In the 1770s, James Turner, a farmer of Blo Norton, built the surviving mil ...

                                               

Brooklyn Works

The Brooklyn Works is a former site of steel, saw and file manufacture, it is situated on Green Lane in the Kelham Island Quarter of the City of Sheffield, England. In recent years the works have been converted into residential apartments and off ...

                                               

Buckland Windmill

Buckland Windmill is a grade II listed smock mill at Buckland, Surrey, England which has been restored to working order. It is the only surviving wind saw mill in the United Kingdom.

                                               

Cley Windmill

Cley windmill was built in the early 19th century. It was not marked on William Fadens map of Norfolk published in 1797. The first mention was an advert in the Norfolk Chronicle of 26 June 1819, where the mill was for sale, described as "newly er ...

                                               

East Runton Windmill

The first record of this windmill is its appearance on Bryant’s map of Norfolk published in 1826. The mill was owned by Joseph Baker in 1836. He was a miller and brickmaker. The mill was to let in 1843. On 1 November 1860 a girl was struck by one ...

                                               

Hickling Mill

Hickling Mill is a 19th-century grade II* listed windmill in Hickling Heath, Norfolk, England. It was built of tarred brick in 1818 on the project known as tower mill, tapered round building 8 floors, exposed brick, 30 inches 76 cm thick at the b ...

                                               

Leahs Yard

Leahs Yard is a former collection of small industrial workshops situated on Cambridge Street in the city centre of Sheffield in South Yorkshire, England. Although now in a run down state, the building has been designated as a Grade II* listed bui ...

                                               

Nyetimber Mill

Nyetimber Mill was built in the early 1840s and was working until tailwinded in 1915. The sails were on the mill until they were struck by lightning in 1927. The mill became derelict and was burnt out in 1962, leaving the windshaft perched above ...

                                               

Swim Coots Mill, Catfield

Swim Coots Mill was built in the early nineteenth century. It was marked on the 1838 Ordnance Survey map. The mill was working until at least the 1930s but was derelict by 1978. The mill has since been conserved, with the tower roofed over.

                                               

Farmar Mill

Farmar Mill is a historic mill building. The mill was powered by the Wissahickon Creek and is located on Mathers Lane near Skippack Pike, and just west of the historic Bethlehem Pike in the village of Whitemarsh, Pennsylvania, in the United State ...

                                               

Gibraltar Mill, Great Bardfield

The first date at which a windmill is definitely known to have been standing here is 1707. A date of 1680 is given by some sources, but no mill was marked on Ogilby and Morgan’s map of 1678. It cannot be proved or disproved that a mill was standi ...

                                               

Perry-Carpenter Grist Mill

The Perry-Carpenter Grist Mill is an historic mill at 364 Moonstone Beach Road in South Kingstown, Rhode Island. It is a small, single-story wood-frame structure set on a granite foundation close to the east side of the road. Its property include ...

                                               

Tubal Furnace Archeological Site

The Tubal Furnace Archeological Site is the site of an early 18th century industrial iron works in Spotsylvania County, Virginia, near Chancellor. Established by colonial Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood in c. 1717, the site included a fur ...

                                               

Brintons Mill

Brintons Mill, also known as The Mill at Brintons Bridge, is a historic grist mill located in Birmingham Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built about 1720, expanded in 1769, and renovated in 1824. The granary was built about 1 ...

                                               

Strodes Mill

Strodes Mill, also known as Etters Mill, is a historic grist mill located in East Bradford Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1721, and is a 3 1/2-story, banked fieldstone structure. It measures approximately 30 feet by 58 fe ...

                                               

Pottstown Roller Mill

Pottstown Roller Mill is a historic roller mill located on the Schuylkill River at Pottstown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The original mill building was built in 1725. It was constructed of fieldstone, two stories tall, and three bays wide a ...

                                               

Mascot Roller Mills

Mascot Roller Mills, also known as Resslers Mill, is a historic grist mill complex located at Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The complex consists of the mill, millers house, summer kitchen, and frame barn. The original se ...

                                               

Oxford Furnace, New Jersey

Oxford Furnace is a historic blast furnace on Washington Avenue, near the intersection with Belvidere Avenue, in Oxford, Oxford Township, Warren County, New Jersey. The furnace was built starting in 1741 and produced its first pig iron in 1743. T ...

                                               

Hunters Ironworks

Hunters Ironworks, also known as Rappahannock Forge, was a historic iron furnace located on the Rappahannock River, near Falmouth, Stafford County, Virginia. It was founded by James Hunter and was in operation by the 1750s. With the outbreak of t ...

                                               

Beverley Mill

Beverley Mill, also known as Chapman Mill, is a historic grist mill located north of Interstate 66 and Virginia State Route 55 in Thoroughfare Gap near Broad Run, Virginia, straddling the county line between Prince William and Fauquier Counties. ...

                                               

Roger Hunt Mill

Roger Hunt Mill is a historic grist mill complex located at Downingtown, Chester County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built in 1759, and is a two-story, stone structure with a gambrel roof measuring 30 feet, 6 inches, by 48 feet. It has a one-story ...

                                               

Casartelli Building

The Casartelli Building, built in 1760, was a grade II* listed building at the meeting of Hanover Street and Duke Street, Liverpool, England. It has now been replaced with a replica.

                                               

Coffeetown Grist Mill

Coffeetown Grist Mill is a historic grist mill located at Williams Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1762, and is a banked building measuring ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 stories high on the banked side. The building measures 36 feet by 50 ...

                                               

New Mill, Tadworth

It is not known when New Mill was built, but is thought to have been in the mid eighteenth century. A windmill was recorded at Walton-on-the-Hill in 1295, the earliest in Surrey. A windmill at Tadworth was sold in 1600 and a windmill on Banstead ...

                                               

Cyfarthfa Ironworks

The Cyfarthfa works were begun in 1765 by Anthony Bacon by then a merchant in London, who in that year with William Brownrigg, a fellow native of Whitehaven, Cumberland, leased the right to mine in a tract of 4.000 acres 16 km 2 land on the west ...

                                               

Reigate Heath Windmill

Reigate Heath Windmill is a grade II* listed post mill at Reigate Heath, Surrey, England which has been restored and is used as a chapel. It is thought to be the only windmill in the world which is a consecrated church.

                                               

Trovinger Mill

Trovinger Mill, also known as Rohrers Mill, is a historic grist mill located in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland, United States. It was constructed in 1771 of roughly coursed local fieldstone. It is five bays in length with the mill race r ...

                                               

Catoctin Furnace

Catoctin Furnace is a historic iron forge located on Route 15 between Frederick and Thurmont in Catoctin Furnace, Maryland. The smelting blast furnace is shown. No forge is at the site now. Forges were present when the ironworks was operational.

                                               

Brobst Mill

Brobst Mill is a historic grist mill located in Albany Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. It was built about 1780, and is a 2 1/2-story, stone and log mill building. Also on the property is the wheel pit area of the raceway. It was built as pa ...

                                               

Kauffman Mill

Kauffman Mill, also known as Spengler Mill, is a historic grist mill located in Upper Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The combined mill and house building was built about 1780, and is a 1 1/2-story, with basement, stone and half-timber ...

                                               

Snyder Mill

Snyder Mill is a historic grist mill located on Monocacy Creek in Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built about 1780, and is a 1 1/2-story, banked stone building. It measures 26 feet by 50 feet, with a frame addition of 20 ...

                                               

Ivory Mills

Ivory Mills is a 14-acre, historic grist mill complex located at White Hall, Harford County, Maryland, United States. It consists of six standing 19th century frame buildings and structures: mill, millers house, barn, corncrib, carriage house, an ...

                                               

Zirkle Mill

The Andrew Zirkle Mill is a 1760s era grist mill located in the southern end of Shenandoah County, Virginia. The mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1983 after being restored by Glenn Hofecker, the owner at the time. The ...

                                               

Kinders Mill

Kinders Mill is a historic building in Deemston, Pennsylvania. It is designated as a historic residential landmark / farmstead by the Washington County historical Foundation and guidance.

                                               

Geiger Mill

Geiger Mill is a historic grist mill located in Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. The mill was built in 1783, and is a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story, with basement, banked stucco-over-stone building. The adjacent millers house was built about 1783 ...

                                               

Warwick Mills

There are two historic mills called Warwick Mills. The older of the two is in Pennsylvania and is no longer running. The other is in New Hampshire, and is still manufacturing today. The old "Warwick mills", also known as James mills with Jacob Ha ...

                                               

Maclays Mill

Maclays Mill was built along the area near the Conodoguinet Creek which was first settled in 1742 by Charles Maclay, Sr., who had arrived in America eight years prior. The mill was built around 1786 by Charles son John Maclay. Although there is c ...

                                               

Midway Mill

Midway Mill was a historic grist mill located at Midway Mills, Nelson County, Virginia. It was built in 1787 by William H. Cabell, with minor alterations in 1810. It was a 4 1/4-story, uncoarsed ashlar stone rectangular structure with a slate gab ...

                                               

Owings Upper Mill

The Owings Upper Mill is a historic grist mill located at Owings Mills, Baltimore County, Maryland, United States. It is a large ​ 3 1 ⁄ 2 -story brick structure, 50 by 60 feet. The building stands on a low stone foundation, surmounted by a molde ...

                                               

Muddy Creek Mill

Muddy Creek Mill is a historic grist mill complex and national historic district located in Tamworth, Cumberland County, Virginia. The district encompasses five contributing buildings and three contributing sites. The mill was built between 1785 ...