View of Mills Looking South East From Notre Dame Bridge

Manchester/New Hampshire
Manchester Historic Association Manchester Historic Association

View of the Amoskeag Mills Central and part of the Southern Divisions looking south east from the west side of the Notre Dame Bridge. In the foreground is Interstate 293 also known as the F. E. Everett Turnpike, through the trees the Merrimack River can be seen. On the east side of the river the following mills and buildings are visible starting next to the river on the left (north) side, the River Dye House; Drug House and the Store House; # 4 & 5 Mill Picker House and the # 4 & 5 Mill all in the Central Division. Next to the # 4 & 5 Mill is the # 3 Mill Southern Division. Behind the river Dye House is the # 9 Mill Central Division; followed by the # 8 Mill; and # 7 Mill; behind is the # 1 Mill; # 6 Mill; and the # 2 Mill with tower. Behind the # 4 & 5 Mill is the north elevation of the # 3 Mill Central Division.

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Manchester/New Hampshire

View of the Amoskeag Mills Central and part of the Southern Divisions looking south east from the west side of the Notre Dame Bridge. In the foreground is Interstate 293 also known as the F. E. Everett Turnpike, through the trees the Merrimack River can be seen. On the east side of the river the following mills and buildings are visible starting next to the river on the left (north) side, the River Dye House; Drug House and the Store House; # 4 & 5 Mill Picker House and the # 4 & 5 Mill all in the Central Division. Next to the # 4 & 5 Mill is the # 3 Mill Southern Division. Behind the river Dye House is the # 9 Mill Central Division; followed by the # 8 Mill; and # 7 Mill; behind is the # 1 Mill; # 6 Mill; and the # 2 Mill with tower. Behind the # 4 & 5 Mill is the north elevation of the # 3 Mill Central Division.

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Manchester Historic Association Manchester Historic Association
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