The old stone mill, also low as the Newport Tower is an interesting structure with a mysterious past. It was built on land that belonged to Benedict Arnold, and in 1677 he referred to it as "my stone build wind-mill", but there is also evidence that the structure was never a windmill. Some think the Templars built it, and some think vikings built it. It is a beautiful structure, set in a small park. It's a nice place for a walk and to look at the tower and try to solve the mystery. At night, there are lights to illuminate the tower.
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