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Puseyville Mill Ruins Blackburn Road Southern Lancaster County PA Reviewed by Deon Roth on . During our travels in southern Lancaster County, we encountered the fascinating ruins of what we learned was the Puseyville Mill, a 2.5 story stone merchant gri During our travels in southern Lancaster County, we encountered the fascinating ruins of what we learned was the Puseyville Mill, a 2.5 story stone merchant gri Rating: 0
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Puseyville Mill Ruins Blackburn Road Southern Lancaster County PA

During our travels in southern Lancaster County, we encountered the fascinating ruins of what we learned was the Puseyville Mill, a 2.5 story stone merchant grist mill, constructed in 1795 by Samuel Pusey. Research shows that a merchant mill ground grain mainly for sale to flour merchants, as opposed to grinding for local farmers. You are not allowed to enter the actual ruins. Directions: From Quarryville, go south from Pa 372/State Street on Pa 472/S. Lime Street/Kirkwood Pike for about 4 miles. Turn right on Wesley Road and go about 2 miles. Just past the junction with Blackburn Road on the right, look for the mill ruins on the left prior to reaching Puseyville Rd.

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