The Perth Historical Society Presents:


Adams Mill, Glen Tay

This gallery contains some of the results of producing a photographic record of those mills that are still standing, to document the remains of this wonderful heritage that provided so much to the economy in the early days of the region. You can learn more about these mill by viewing the report "Mills of the Tay and Area" which you will find on the Tay Canal and River History Page.

The main source of these was a project of the Lanark County Camera Club, in 2005, in cooperation with the Friends of the Tay Watershed Association. The photos were taken by Ralph Buttrum; Paul Sturmey; David Zimmerly; Graeme Crab; and Gary Webster.

Copyright Notice: These photos are the property individual photographers (credited on the photos). Please contact us for permission to use them.


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The Adams Mill, front facade, on Tay River in Glen Tay, Ontario. Front door and facade of the Adams Mill, on the Tay River, at Glen Tay, Ontario. Front door of the Adams Mill, on the Tay River, at Glen Tay, Ontario. View of the west facade of the Adams, Mill, Glen Tay. The west facade of the Adams Mill, on the Tay River, in Glen Tay, Ontario. The balcony located on the river (north) side of the Adams Mill, on the Tay River, at Glen Tay, Ontario. The east facade of the original workshop at the Adams Mill, Glen Tay, Ontario. The original workshop on the Adams Mill property, Glen Tay, Ontario (front and east facades). A decorative coat of arms on the wall of the Adams Mill, at Glen Tay, on the Tay River.  The arms are not related to the mill.


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