Shaw’s Creek

By: Lesley

Sep 04 2011

Category: bridges, Caledon

8 Comments

Aperture:f/3.3
Focal Length:4.1mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/80 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

A pedestrian bridge crosses over Shaw’s Creek connecting Queen St in Alton to the Alton Mill Art Centre. The village of Alton was once a thriving industrial centre with eight mills in the late 1800s. Only two of those 19th century stone mills still stand and which have been fully restored and brought back to life as the Millcroft Inn and Spa and the Alton Mill which is now a creative arts centre with studios for over 30 artists, plus galleries, a heritage museum, café and shops.

Participating in Sunday Bridges and Scenic Sunday

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8 comments on “Shaw’s Creek”

  1. I stayed at the Millcroft Inn once and have been wanting to go back ever since.

  2. The Alton Mill Art Centre.looks like my kind of place to explore.

  3. It looks like a friendly pedestrian bridge – seems like a nice area to visit.

  4. Good bridge shot.

  5. My nephew lives never by but I have never checked it out.

  6. looks like that building has been nicely restored – it’s always good to see old buildings fitted out for a new purpose

  7. Oh, I like this…


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