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Wile Carding Mill Museum, Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
Canada

Wile Carding Mill, built in 1860, powered by water from the Sandy Brook. Carding and batting wool. Operated as a Museum. Open to public from June to Mid October. Part of Nova Scotia Museum. Bridgewater, South Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada.

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