A few days ago, I posted Identify the movie this is related to.
Alan G, of course, knew the answer, because he lives in the city where this old attraction resides.
Grannymar apparently knew the answer, saying she was “whistling down the wind in the wrong direction” and “I’m back again, but I’m ‘gone’ I don’t give a damn,” the last, I’m sure, in reference to Rhett Butler’s closing line, “Frankly, my dear, I don’t give a damn.”
The Old Mill appeared for just a few seconds in the opening credits of the civil war era Gone with the Wind. The mill appears at 1:31 in the video below.
The Old Mill at T.R. Pugh Memorial Park – An authentic reproduction of an old water-powered grist mill, this striking structure appears in the opening scene of the classic 1939 film Gone with the Wind and is believed to be the only building remaining from the film. Built in 1933; designed to look old so it would appear as if it was built the 1800s. The park is decorated with sculptures of toadstools, tree stumps, and a tree branch-entwined bridge that connects the mill to the rest of the park. Senor Dionico Rodriguez, a sculptor and artist of Mexico City, was responsible for all the details of each piece of concrete work made to represent wood, iron or stone, as well as the designing of the foot bridges and rustic seats. The Old Mill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Old Mill vicinity was probably quite rural when it was built. Now, though, it is in a very urban area – in a nice, quiet residential neighborhood.
A tour from the air via a drone: