Info

Amish family visiting Cable Mill in Great Smoky Mountains National Park by Fred McKie

An Amish family visits Cable Mill, a grist mill situated on Mill Creek at the western end of Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park near Townsend, Tennessee, USA. Now flanked by a vistor centre plus the historic Gregg-Cable House and various other farm buildings, it was built by John Cable in the early 1870s, was a working mill until the 1920s and could produce up to three bushels of meal per hour.

Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
Filename
130927-Cades-Cove-Great-Smoky-Mountains-USA-072157.jpg
Copyright
Copyright © Fred McKie. All rights reserved.
Image Size
3693x4924 / 18.9MB
Contained in galleries
USA > Tennessee
An Amish family visits Cable Mill, a grist mill situated on Mill Creek at the western end of Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park near Townsend, Tennessee, USA. Now flanked by a vistor centre plus the historic Gregg-Cable House and various other farm buildings, it was built by John Cable in the early 1870s, was a working mill until the 1920s and could produce up to three bushels of meal per hour.