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Linchester Mill Campus

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Robert H wrote a review Sep 2019
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So I was in the area about noon on a weekday. I decided to take a walk around and enjoy nature and history. Some guy came up to me and said I wasn't allowed on this historic site. I just left because I didn't want to cause a disturbance. Poor historical experience for me.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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1AnnieEliza wrote a review Jun 2018
United States1,750 contributions307 helpful votes
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We saw the sign on the road and turned in, not knowing what to expect. This is a campus of several historic mill buildings dating from the 1840s. It includes the old post office, the mill foreman's building and a few others. You can go inside some but not all of the buildings, but I found it interesting and enjoyable. A lovely area to enjoy a picnic.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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CSSnowshoer wrote a review Oct 2017
New York City, New York4,219 contributions493 helpful votes
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The website describes this location as one of the last operating water-powered mills on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The structure has been described as a “treasure of America,” because its original equipment reflects the long evolution of American milling. The compound, all managed by the Caroline County Historical Society also included the Hog Island School, a Nature/Braille Trail, Miller’s House and Assistant Millers House. We arrived on a weekday as part of the Harriet Tubman Byways driving tour and were the only people there. But the Mill and school buildings were open. Clearly so much volunteer time and effort went into restoration and making these structures attractive and able to tell their story. They are real treasures. The grounds would be nice for picnicking. Seemed like plenty of parking. I would not take young children or people with walking issues into the mill since there was a lot of equipment, and uneven floors, but the school house would be interesting too them.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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