Cotton Mill Ruins

Cotton Mill Ruins

New Manchester Manufacturing Company was a textile mill burned during the Civil War. The cotton mill ruins are open to visitors and is one of the primary draws of Sweetwater Creek State Park.  Though visitors are not allowed in the interior, the friends of the park group does a fine job of maintaining boardwalks that offer great views of the remains of the structure.

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Christopher Ryan is an international photographer specializing in conceptual portraits in unique environments, such as abandoned buildings and picturesque landscapes. His work breaks the barriers of race, age, and geographic location, capturing the energy and exuberance of the human form. He was influenced by his unusual upbringing in the American South. He seeks to retain the virtues of Southern Charm while abandoning pre-conceived notions of prejudice.

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