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Gamble Mill Restaurant (Gamble Mill)
This former mill, which replaced two industrial buildings destroyed by fire, is a brownish brick structure on a stone base. The tallest section of the asymmetrical structure is distinguished by its prominent stepped end gable. Iron star-shaped tie rods and arched and lunette windows provide the only decorative touches. The roller mill was used until 1947, and then deteriorated nearly to the point of demolition before being rescued and renovated in 1985 for its new purpose.
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