You can't miss the tall stacks when driving down the historic area of Mesa. The structure is the F.P. Nielson and Sons Mesa Flour Mill. It was built in 1938 with the grain elevator and mill providing the distribution from all the grain fields south of the mill. Today, it sits abandoned since it shut down in 1975 and all the grain fields are currently dwellings.
A failure since its construction, The Red Hook Grain Elevator looms behind IKEA Brooklyn at the mouth of the Gowanus Canal. The forgotten feat of engineering stands as one of the last structures of its kind in the area since the T...
Create your own fresh ground flours, cereals and meals from whole natural grains with this tabletop kitchen appliance. This beechwood electric grain mill can hold up to 2 pounds of grain, and can mill up to 6oz per minute.
Julie and I went on a little jaunt in the 113-degree weather to the abandoned flour mill (historic site) on the campus of ASU in Tempe, AZ. I will be sharing some creepy pics tomorrow of it, but for now -- enjoy the video --