Historical Sites around Denmark
On this block were the number one and number two timber mills operated by Millars Brothers.
View from across the river looking west
A number of buildings served the mill including the largest, a loco shed. The shed would have been encroaching onto the current highway where the newsagency is today.
The street on the uphill side of the supermarket (behind building above yacht sail) was the uppermost of the railway lines serving the mill. Logs were brought into the mill at the top level and eventually left from the bottom levels as sawn timber.
Purple lines show location of rail lines in the mill sites
Upper levels of timber mill from where Butter Factory Gallery is today - looking towards newsagents corner.
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