The North London Mill
The historic North London Mill, which embodies the rich heritage of Colorado mining, is the central focus of the site. The aim is to restore and repurpose the structure, utilizing efficient systems and sustainable energy as much as possible. The Mill is deteriorating rapidly, as photographs from 1977 and 2003 show.
|North London Mill, 1977|
|North London Mill, 2003|
Given its state of deterioration and the costs involved with restoration, it is unclear at this time how the Mill itself will be used. It may be a sheltered, semi-outdoor space (like a pavillion), with some fully enclosed spaces. We are working with architect Jessica Reske of form+works design group, LLC, who has worked on the nearby Paris Mill restoration project.
|Historic Photograph shows the Mill, the Office, two other structures of which only fragments now remain, and an outhouse.|