Foulks-Martin-Watts Mill and Bridge

Foulks-Martin-Watts Mill and Bridge (HM16KX)

Location: Darlington, PA 16115 Beaver County
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N 40° 47.496', W 80° 29.553'

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George Foulks frontiersman built saw and gristmaills. Jesse Martin owned for some years. Reuben Watt and sons James and Thomas also ran it. The iron bridge placed on National Register June 22, 1988.
HM NumberHM16KX
Placed ByBeaver County Historical Research and Landmarks Foundation
Marker Condition
8 out of 10 (2 reports)
Date Added Sunday, September 28th, 2014 at 8:24pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)17T E 542811 N 4515746
Decimal Degrees40.79160000, -80.49255000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 40° 47.496', W 80° 29.553'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds40° 47' 29.76" N, 80° 29' 33.18" W
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Area Code(s)724
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 478 Watts Mill Rd, Darlington PA 16115, US
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May 26, 2017 at 5:43pm PDT by bwannadon

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The Iron bridge is closed to all traffic and the marker cannot be reached from Cannelton Road. I do not recommend crossing the bridge by foot as much of the deck support structure is rusted away.
From Negley OH take OH 154 and PA 251 East 3.7 miles turn North (left) on Watts Mill Road,
From Chippewa PA take PA 251 West 6.6 miles, turn North (right) on Watts Mill Road.
Once on Watts Mill Road proceed 2,4 miles. The road closure is clearly marked. You will find the historical marker to your left beside the "North Country Trail" sign as the bridge comes into view. There is a small parking spot on the right hand side of the road. Facing the marker and just beyond it there are some stonework remnants of what I believe was part of a mill race and just uphill on the opposite side of the trail (same side of road) there are additional stones that appear to be a foundation. From the parking spot walking towards the bridge you will find stonework to the right near the bank of the North Fork of Little Beaver Creek.

May 26, 2017 at 5:33pm PDT by bwannadon

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