is it still operating? looks like a monstrosity.:p
Interesting shots! Exotic for me :) thanks ♥
wonderful blue sky :)
Great shots sis. Have a fabulous week.Liz @ MLCLiz @ YACB
My husband grew up 1 mile from there--in Steubenville!Thanks for sharing your blues. Happy Blue Monday, Rose.
Loved the tour through this area and the mill.
I think it's more "rusty" than "rustic" but those are great shots.
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You got a point of being "rusty" but it's also rustic because it is on the country side. Thanks for visiting.
looks more RUSTY than rustic, but interesting nonethelessROG, ABC Wednesday team
That last photo is especially fascinating. Just last evening, I took a good look at the cement plant near me. (posted on facebook, which is linked to my blog). It is quite well hidden, but many would say it mars the False Creek view. Yet, where would we be without cement (or steel)?
beautiful mill indeed! Dropping by from MYMhttp://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/05/yellow-flower-that-i-got-from-my-husband.html
beautiful blue skies Sis :-) Dropping by from Blue Monday :-)http://www.mommies2ks.com/2012/05/blue-print-of-my-little-girls-hand.html
Is that rustic or rusty? :)Fence, Sky, Clouds
Kind of sad mills are gone and so employment. Great find Mommy Rose!SWF
Wonderful shots of mills by the road.
I like the big huge tubes... really interesting!
The sky looks beautiful but some of the old steel mills are sad to see not being used anymore. Have a great weekend!
Interesting pictures. The mills are like sculptures against the blue sky.
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It's been a while since we last visited Sugarcreek. We used to go there almost every weekend just so we can drive around and see other ...
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