Often snow-cloaked, the spiny summit of Mount Washington makes it the tallest peak in the northeast and the king of the White Mountain Region, an area laced with hiking trails and dotted with quaint little hamlets.
This water powered mill was built in 1836. Originally for dying fabrics, but quickly became a woodworking shop. Was bought by Ben Thresher in 1947 from Fenton Judkins. Ben operated it until his death in the 1990's. Now is being restored to become a working museum for the purpose of educating all on the operation of water powered mills. Ben's Mill is on the National Historic Register and is owned by a non-profit trust.
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