- Standard View
The address is about 3400 Moyer Court, New Tripoli.
Not much history is know. Please anyone with some knowledge of this mill please share the info with this site.
The mill presents its rear exposure to the searcher as they approach across the bridge over the trib. to Lyon Creek.
The miller's house looks to maybe have been a possible mill itself at one time.
This hole in the foundation, filled in with framework and window, was no-doubtedly the inlet arch/opening for the headrace.
The mill is on a tributary of Lyon Creek.
One of the stone sets in the mill, with the netherstone in place. The lower stone turned with the power, while the runner/upper stone was stationary.
The two runner stones of the two runs of stone that this mill utilized, are leaned against the far wall.
The second run of stones with netherstone in place.
The arm of the millstone crane hovering over a collection of wooden belt pulleys and wooden line shafts.
Wooden cogs on some gearing in the mill.
A wooden lineshaft with cupped grain belts that may have been used to turn the flour sifter in the left background.
Probably a Eureka corn grinder manufactured in Silver Creek, NY.
A grain hopper extended from the overhead floor. A larger bin would have been on the upper floor as part of this hopper.
The catshead on the upper conice of the front peak, used to haul sacks of corn and grain to various floors of the mill, using the mills power produced by the water.
GPS: 40° 37' N 75° 41.26' W ele 522 feet'/159 meters Topton Quadrangle