You’ll Marvel At The Undeniable Beauty Of The Ruins Of Great Falls Mill In North Carolina

To get a look into the past, sometimes all you need to do is look at the present. The hauntingly beautiful abandoned ruins of the historic Great Falls Mill in Rockingham is a wonderful example. The first rendition of Great Falls Mill was built in 1839 and by all accounts it was the tallest building in town.

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In February 2021, the Richmond County Daily Journal published an article announcing the new owner of Great Falls Mill is seriously considering demolishing the ruins and building a storage facility. No dates for beginning the project have been announced. Until demolition begins and ends, you can view the ruins from the highway along W. Broad Avenue in Rockingham.

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Address: Great Falls Mill, Rockingham, NC 28379, USA