Middlebury Falls / Power House ruins

Middlebury Falls / Power House ruins
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Middlebury, Vermont USA • Looking Southeast from the Marble Works, across the basin to the Middlebury Falls of the Otter Creek. The ruins of the Power House are on the left. • This structure was originally built as the Cotton Mill (c.1810). This portion, the Southernmost foundation and two low floors, was saved from demolition after the great fire of 1891 burned much of the town center. As it sits at the base of the Middlebury Falls of the Otter Creek, it was converted to become the Power House for the Marble Works, up the hill to the west.

☞ The Cotton Mill, as a part of the Middlebury Village Historic District, has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places (#76000223), since 1976.

☞ This structure is listed on the Vermont State Register of Historic Places. Source: Data excerpts from "The Historic Architecture of Addison County: including a listing of the Vermont State Register of Historic Places"; Vermont Division of Historic Preservation; Curtis B. Johnson, Editor; © 1992.



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Historic Christchurch House For Sale

Historic Christchurch House For Sale
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Bill Moorhouse (1825-1881), as he was known upon embarking for New Zealand in 1851, was a Lawyer, trans-Tasman ship owner, Editor of the Lyttelton Times, Real Estate speculator, Registrar-General of Lands, Politician, Superintendent of Canterbury, Mayor of Wellington and a Bankrupt.

Superintendent Sefton Moorhouse, as he came to prefer being known, bought 50 acres of Charlotte Jackson’s Merevale Farm in the Papanui district in 1862 and proceeded to build a 21-room clapboard palazzo, which he named Merevale House. The sheer expense precipitated bankruptcy the following year, and although completed, only a substantial part of his grandiose folly survives.

Successive owners have included John Thomas Peacock, Alfred Louisson, a Samuel Butler, John and Michael Studholme, Harry and Ada Wells, Charles Todhunter, Yvette Nicholls and Murray Hunter, Andrew and Jocelyn Allison, Patrick and Jo Kerr, and Christopher and Danielle Smith since 2000. Since the later 1950s the area has become known as the salubrious suburb of Merivale (sic).

The surviving part of his home is currently being offered for sale at 5,000, but curiously the marketing blurb makes no mention of any aspect of the historical significance of the five double-bedroomed house, now on a mere 831 square metres of land, at 31 Naseby Street, Merivale.

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2016 Island House Invitational Triathlon | Full Television Show

On October 28th, 29th, and 30th, twenty of the world’s best triathletes competed in the second year of a unique triathlon format in Nassau and Highbourne Cay in the Bahamas. Up for grabs- one of the world’s biggest triathlon prize purses.

JPI was honored to produce and distribute this documentary-style TV special.