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Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
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Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
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Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
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Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
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Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
Submit a Comment
  





Photo taken April 2012, by John M. H.
All of these buildings and ruins are located next to each other along the bank of the Chazy River. They are in the hamlet of Perry Mills, Town of Champlain, Clinton County.
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Photo taken Spring 2011, by John M. H.
Photos taken from across the Chazy river. The buildings in the previous pictures are behind the stone foundation in the second picture above. John writes "I understand that there was a saw mill and grist mill located here at one time."
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Photo taken 05/09/12 by John M. H.
Bridge used to cross the Chazy River, from the Fee Road to the Lavalley Road, Town of Mooers, Clinton County
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Comments from visitors:
On 5/1/13 peruser writes "Nice pics. I remember riding with family across Fee's bridge when I was a kid - then sometime in either late 1960s or very early 1970s an auto accident damaged the bridge and it was never fixed or replaced. The bridge provided a good short-cut from Lavalley Rd to Mooers and Rt 22."
Photos taken 05/31/12







The above photo is a old photo, showing how it looked before it began collapsing.
Old dairy barn, Route 12, outside of Watertown/Brownville, Jefferson County. 
Formerly a dairy farm decades ago, and then leased for livestock storage, the farm was eventually sold to the Amish who used it for awhile and then built a new barn nearby. 
This barn has subsequently been abandoned and is sitting unused and is rapidly deteriorating. 
While the Amish were using it they cut various holes in it and generally just let it slowly run down worse than it had been originally.  They also removed some internal structural elements which probably is also hastening the collapse of this great old building.
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Later in 2012 - The Amish demolished some of the barn, the part closest to the road.

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