National Historic Site of Canada
The Rosamond Woollen Mill was the largest 19th-century textile mill in Canada. The warehouse was constructed in 1872 and the office space was added in 1904. During the last half of the 19th Century, the Mississippi Valley area of Eastern Ontario was one of the most important wool-cloth-producing districts in Canada.
In 1987 the process of converting the mill into residential condominiums was begun.
Don’t miss – the two-storey office and warehouse building is opened as the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum.
Photo: Rosamond_Woollen_Mill,_Almonte.jpg: D. Gordin E. Robertson, Wikimedia Commons