Industrial monuments from 1700

In many places in the Mecklenburg Lake District, there were only agriculture but also industry in particular zuarbeiteten agriculture. Given since hundreds of years include the windmills as in Röbel or Alt Schwerin but also paper mills in Neubrandenburg, water towers and of course the old swing bridge in Malchow. Some industrial monuments are now ruins or were a new provision such as the four-wheel mill Bernhard added in Neubrandenburg ringside. Other monuments such as the water tower at the goods station have been demolished.


Old Swing Bridge Malchow
to 2012


The new swing bridge Malchow
from 2013


Mill Röbel

Mill Silz

Schamper Mill

Watermill Schloen

Vour-wheel mill
Neubrandenburg

Mill
Zirzow

Former hosepipe tower
Firemen Malchin

Water tower Nesselberg
city Waren/Müritz

Water tower
Stavenhagen

Ruin paper mill
in Lindetal

Around the millpond
in Burg Stargard

Former water tower
the station Waren / Müritz
Wasserturm bei Strelitz Alt/Stadt Neustrelitz
Water towers
in Neustrelitz


Mill
Malchin


Water tower
Deven

Ruin distillery Federow /
municipality Kargow

Water tower
Malchin

Water towers
at the train station Neubrandenburg

Water tower
Neverin

Water tower
Röbel

Mill
Malchow


Mill stump
Dutch Mill Gaarzer mill
municipality Lärz

Cobblestone streets in the
Mecklenburg Lake District
before 1900

Prisoners tower Friedland / Meckl.
1911 Water Tower

Watermill

Friedland/Mecklenburg

Windmill in

Friedland/Meckl.

Windmill

Siedenbollentin

Dutch mill Carwitz
Feldberger Seenlandschaft

Tower Dutch Mill

Fürstenwerder/Nordwestuckermark
Brandenburg

Base  floor  Dutch Mill
of Törpin community Saarow


Water tower Woldegk
Ehlertsche Mühle
Mills
Mill City Woldegk

Krapp mill
at  Neubrandenburg

Mills
city Neukalen

Watermill
Kittendorf

Dutch mill
Grammentin

Dutch mill
Alt Tellin VG

Earth dutch mill Letzin
municipality Gnevkow

Earth dutch Mill

in the Agroneum Alt Schwerin