The Old Mill

The Old Mill in North Little Rock was actually built in 1933, but was designed to look like a grist mill from the 1800s. It was created as an attraction for the new Lakewood subdivision and was featured in the opening film sequence of the 1939 movie "Gone With The Wind".
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