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GLENDALE MILL AND KILN (NOW MUSEUM)LB467

Status: Designated

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Summary

Category
A
Date Added
08/09/1982
Local Authority
Highland
Planning Authority
Highland
Parish
Duirinish
NGR
NG 16812 49801
Coordinates
116812, 849801

Description

Said to be mid 18th century; restored 1972. Pair buildings of

coursed and caulked, roughly squared rubble with thatched

roofs; some iron pins remain in north mill gable to which the

thatch was fastened. Mill: simple rectangular building with

wheel to south gable and west wall built into side of hill;

simple wooden lade channels water to overshot wheel, which

motivates original machinery still in situ. Detached kiln has

west wall built into slope; two thirds interior taken up by

kiln, about 8' high, of rubble with ground floor vent for

fire, and perforated iron kiln plate covering the top. Small

square (renewed) chimney to north; piended thatched roof.

Statement of Special Interest

Glendale Mill situated by shore in use until 1914. Served not

only west Duirinish but grain was brought from Waternish and

also from Harris. Mill wheel made by Thomas Main, Edinburgh,

and installed 1902. It replaced previous wooden wheel.

Original gear-wheel, main shaft and cast-iron parts; some

minor replacements during 1972 restoration. Millstone

(on internal half-floor) from Rogart Mill, Sutherland.

References

Bibliography

Information by courtesy of Glendale Mill Museum.

John Hume, INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY OF SCOTLAND, ii (1977)

p.216

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