Jun 22, 2006

Amos Mill

Christopher Weeks* called it "one of the most aggressively picturesque structures in Maryland," and we heartily agree. The mill sits on private property and is obviously in a dangerously dilapidated state, so mind your manners if you visit and stay a good distance from the building. It sits at an intersection and is easily viewed (and photographed), without having to get too close in.

* "An Architectural History of Harford County, Maryland" by Christopher Weeks

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