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Mascot Roller Mills, Ronks

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Mascot Roller Mills, also known as Ressler's Mill, is a historic grist mill complex located at Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The complex consists of the mill, miller's house, summer kitchen, and frame barn. The original section of the mill was built in 1737. The machinery was installed in 1906. It is a three-story, "L"-shaped stone building with a gable roof and cupola. The house was built in 1855, and is a two story, gable roofed brick banked building. The summer kitchen is adjacent to the house is a one-story, brick structure. The small frame barn dates to the late-19th century. It is the oldest continuously operating grist mill in Lancaster County.It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983.
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  • This was the highlight of our trip. We were the only ones on the tour since it was in the later part of the day. Learn so much and wanted to know more. It is for all ages. Don't forget to the visit th...  read more »
  • So glad I found an earlier posting, put this on our adgenda for this week. Entire site was filled with part of our history. The mill was educational, the Ressler House was like stepping back in time. 
  • This was an awesome discovery. We spend the day just driving around Lancaster and the surrounding countryside with the windows down, enjoying the sights and nature when we stumbled upon the Mascot Rol...  read more »
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