NOTE: This Location Is Currently Being Re-Purposed as of 2019
These ruins belong to the Booth Board Mill, built in 1912 and enlarged in 1918 and 1928. Closed and inaccessible to all but a few since 1980. This large mill played a large role in paper manufacturing in the early 1900's. Today the mill's lifeless shell is on its last legs. Crumbling concrete and foundation are falling into the Ottawa river due to the retaining walls collapsing.
This location has many holes, ruins, and collapsing infrastructure. Due to its state of decay the mill has been locked down and the inside of the mill is no longer accessible. This location has been purchased by ZIBI a condo development company. Therefore the mill will not be standing for much longer. Future plans of this location are found below under "Future Plans". Sadly another piece of Canada's industrial history is lost by time.
Location ID #BR0019
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