Share This Story!Let friends in your social network know what you are reading aboutFacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInPinterestBlaschka MIill: 167 years old and still workingThe once much used roller mill now stands silent.Post to FacebookPosted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the ConversationTo find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQsBlaschka MIill: 167 years old and still working None The once much used roller mill now stands silent. John Oncken None Pat Wells can tie the unique “millers knot” with a fast zip, zip, pull motion. John Oncken None Most every farm grist mill had a round oak stove like the one at Blaschka Mill. John Oncken None Products and services are listed on the big blackboard in the mill office. John Oncken None Wells and Roger Johnson settle up. John Oncken None Roger Johnson loads his straw bales. Pat Wells look on. John Oncken None Joel Weber, Marshall, awaits his bill. John Oncken None Chicken mash is in demand by the many backyard chicken raisers of today Wells says. John Oncken None For many decades farmers backed up to the unloading dock where grain was unloaded for grinding. John Oncken None The mill is on the river and was powered by water rushing through the hole in the foundation (center) through a turbine located in the basement.. John Oncken None The Blaschka Mill at Marshall is still sturdy after 167 years. John Oncken Like this topic? You may also like these photo galleries:Replay1 of 112 of 113 of 114 of 115 of 116 of 117 of 118 of 119 of 1110 of 1111 of 11AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide None The once much used roller mill now stands silent.