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Beaver Falls, once a turn of the century industrial center, is home to two paper mills. Omniafiltra, an Italian owned filtration paper manufacturer runs the former Latex Mill in the center of the hamlet.
Beaver Falls Generating Facility The Beaver Falls Generating Facility is a 95-megawatt co-generation power plant situated along the banks of the Beaver River on the west edge of the hamlet of Beaver Falls, NY.
The hamlet of Beaver Falls, back in the 1850s, was all farmland.
The land was owned by the Farney's and was passed down for many decades. Later in the 20th Century, the Farney's sold the farmland, and houses and churches were built. 554 and Harry and Molly Lewis House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Lewis Company Mill on the western edge of the hamlet.
Three bridges cross the river, two vehicle bridges on the upper and lower ends of the hamlet, and a third railway trestle which crosses the river in the center of town behind the Latex Mill.
Main street, once a busy district during the early 20th century is now all but stripped of commercial business, with only the Latex Mill and J. Lewis Mill still in operation, and the Post office and Fire Department residing there.
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