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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Planning Authority
- NJ 68305 29331
- 368305, 829331
Early 19th century 2-storey and attic, L-plan Meal Mill built
into the bank. Squared, pinned, granite rubble.
Single frame 6-spoke mid-breast iron wheel dated "1835
Grandholm Foundry" in west gable. Gabled loft entrance
opening to bank at north. Small lean-to on south beside 2
doors and windows. Straight skews, slate roof, chimney over
kiln (temporarily removed 1984). Still retains 2 pairs of
meal stones, oat bruiser, pearl barley machine and drying
Statement of Special Interest
2 fires in late 19th century and the 1920s damaged modern
machinery which has been repaired or rebuilt. Mill lade and
dam still exist to north. Ceased working in 1940s. Wheel 1ft
11 inches wide by 10ft 6 inches diameter. The projecting arm
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