California Historic Landmarks

Vallejo Flour Mill

Site Information

Foundation of the Old Flour Mill
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Landmark Number: 46
Location: Vallejo Mill Historical Park, Northeast Corner Niles Canyon Road and Mission Boulevard (Hwy 238), Alameda County
Marker Plaque: Official State Plaque

Description

From California Historical Landmarks
In 1853, Jose de Jesus Vallejo, brother of General M. G. Vallejo, built a flour mill here, on his Rancho Arroyo de la Alameda. Niles was once called "Vallejo Mills". The stone aqueduct built to carry water for the mill parallels Niles Canyon Road

The offical state marker plaque is located a short distance south of the park on Mission Boulevard

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The offical state marker plaque
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Trees and the City of Fremont's park sign.
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Another small plaque in the park.

 

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