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KIRKCOWAN WAULK MILL MILL BUILDING AND WEAVING SHEDS AND STACKLB13102

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
B
Date Added
20/07/1972
Local Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Planning Authority
Dumfries And Galloway
Parish
Kirkcowan
NGR
NX 33273 60232
Coordinates
233273, 560232

Description

1821 built by R W T Milroy, enlarged by W T, 1835. Brick weaving sheds 1910. enlarged 1917. In poor condition (1990).

MILL BUILDING: 8-bay frontage, 2-storeys and attic. Packed rubble with squared granite quoins and margins. Off-centre to left, large granite margined slate hung dormer, formerly attic loading door, now glazed as window. All single light windows, 12-pane glazing pattern, sash and case to ground, fixed above. Corrugated-asbestos roof with skylights. INTERIOR: off-centre internal underfloor wheelpit but from natural rock with rubble upper parts. Massive roughly cut hexagonal timber axel on site but not in situ; water wheel. originally large overshot wheel removed. Timber uprights support floor joists, some pulleys and drive shafts survive.

WEAVING SHEDS AND CHIMNEY: 5 brick built asymmetric-gabled lit weaving sheds; that to N is later addition of 1917, rest dated 1910. S facing pitches slated in N facing glazed. Tall, corniced brick chimney with decorative band.

INTERIOR: 4, 7-bay aisles with timber uprights supporting metal and timber beams, most line-shafting still in place. Office to NW angle. Detached boiler house and tall octagonal brick stack to S. Polychrome br icks to chimney, tapered and banded at top.

Statement of Special Interest

B group with Kirkcowan Waulk Mill House.

References

Bibliography

Hume (1976), p265.

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