Williamsville Water Mill Complex

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Williamsville Water Mill Complex
Williamsville Water Mill Complex, April 2009
Williamsville Water Mill Complex is located in New York
Williamsville Water Mill Complex
Location 56 and 60 Spring St., Williamsville, New York
Coordinates 42°57′48″N 78°43′56″W / 42.96333°N 78.73222°W / 42.96333; -78.73222Coordinates: 42°57′48″N 78°43′56″W / 42.96333°N 78.73222°W / 42.96333; -78.73222
Built 1827
Architect Smith, Oziel
Architectural style Federal
Governing body Private
NRHP Reference # 83001675[1]
Added to NRHP September 22, 1983

Williamsville Water Mill Complex is a historic mill located at Williamsville in Erie County, New York. It was built originally as a sawmill in 1801, substantially enlarged in 1827, and operated in that capacity until 1903. Also on the site was the Water-Lime Works and Williamsville Cement Company mill, which was later converted to be a gristmill. After 1908, the mills were used for apple cider production. The complex is a rare surviving example of a water-powered seat of local industry in Western New York.[2]

It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.[1]

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