Lobdell's Grist Mill

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East Berne Mill

This mill was planned and erected in 1858 by Clark, Decker and Gardner. Lumen Lobdell was then the proprietor. The mill was five stories high and had four run of fine French burr stones and an overshot wheel twenty-two feet in diameter. This building was the tallest wooden structure in Albany County when it was built. The building has been completely taken down and the site is now the location of Jersey's, then Po' Boys, a snack bar and ice cream parlor