The attic of the Stone Mill again provides a peek into history. The Stone Mill was used as a machine shop, housing a forge and foundry for the Everett Mill. However, at one time this area housed an experimental worsted wool machinery testing and leading to the eventual production of the popular worsted wool.
These photos once again taken in the attic area of the Stone Mill display the basically lit areas of the work space. Many individuals toiled to make their living in these spaces.
This photo shows a sealed door which led to an enclosed walkway from the Stone Mill to the Everett Mill. The only remaining portion of this walkway are the steel beams which still find their way across the courtyard.
|Sixth floor of the Everett Mill.|
|4TH floor entrance in the Everett Mill.|
|Stairway on one end of the Everett Mil. A unique design that added some architectural character to the building.|
|One of the many pressure valves that can be found in the mills which were originally powered by water from the man made canal which provided water from the Merrimack River.|