Easton Tower - Red Mill

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Easton Tower is a stone and wood frame structure, once an irrigation pump, built in 1900 as part of a scenic park. It now abuts the Saddle River Bikeway. It was named after Edward D. Easton (1856-1915), founder and president of the Columbia Phonograph Company. It is sometimes mistakenly called the Red Mill because in the early 1800s a mill nearby was painted red, and many mistook it for the Easton Tower. Residents who live near the Tower say strange noises come from the building at night, and at least one witness saw a white apparition at the window.

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Geographic Information

Red Mill Road
Paramus, NJ
United States

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40.92502257845164, -74.09020088783569
Bergen County, New Jersey
Nearest Towns:
Rochelle Park, NJ (1.5 mi.)
Paramus, NJ (1.6 mi.)
Saddle Brook, NJ (1.8 mi.)
Elmwood Park, NJ (2.1 mi.)
Maywood, NJ (2.1 mi.)
Fair Lawn, NJ (2.4 mi.)
River Edge, NJ (2.6 mi.)
Lodi, NJ (3.0 mi.)
Garfield, NJ (3.2 mi.)
Glen Rock, NJ (3.4 mi.)


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