The Grounds of the Allied Paper Company
My collection of photographs of the area around Mill D, Portage Creek, the remnants of Mill E, and the Power Plant is by no means comprehensive, so they are not presented in any type of systematic order.
We'll start with the area on the west side of Mill D:
The railroad tracks run by the west side of Mill D, and lo and behold - a train is going by!
Mill D on the left, the Envelope Company on the right, and the Powerhouse, my car, and Mill C in the distance. (The envelope company was never related to the Allied Paper company - and in fact the envelope company is still in business today.
There's Mill D and the smokestack for its (no-longer-in-existence) power plant.
This tall portion of Mill D appears to have had something to do with receiving waste paper and beginning its recycling process.
The base of the Mill D smokestack...*
And, the whole thing...*
There are some mini-substations sitting outside in this area. The main (electric utility interconnect) substation was also in this area, but it has been removed by the electric company, and we don't have any photographs of it:
There is some neat stuff inside these dormant cabinets:
Proceed to the area between Mill D and the Powerhouse (east side of Mill D), and the fronts of both buildings.
Photographs marked with a * were generously supplied by S. Caron.