A view of the Third Avenue Bridge and the night sky from the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis
The Pillsbury Flour Mill neon sign and the lighted Stone Arch Bridge create colorful reflections on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis
Walking on the Stone Arch Bridge at night provides a lighted view of the Minneapolis skyline
The glow of lighted Stone Arch Bridge on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis
The lighted arches of the Stone Arch Bridge in Minneapolis with the historic Pillsbury Flour Mill A create a spectacular sight at night
Situated on the east bank of the Mississippi in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Pillsbury Flour Mill took advantage of the power produced by St. Anthony Falls to produce 17,500 barrels of flour per day. Pillsbury A Mill was added to the list of National Historic Landmarks in 1966. Of the four large flour mills in the city during the peak of Minneapolis’s reign as the milling capital of the country, the Pillsbury A Mill is the only one remaining.
The lighted arches of the Stone Arch Bridge frame at night the historic Pillsbury A Mill in Minneapolis.
The Pillsbury A Mill, constructed in 1881, was once the largest and most advanced flour mill in the world.