- Jan 16, 2017
I'm glad the rivers near me are not "hardscaped" like that.
Thanks Roddy.With bonus train! Well done, Brian
@Avondale87 Richard,Interesting. I see it was built in 1995 as a grain mill. Couldn't get anything else in English
Do you now if it's still operating?
Thanks Stan for the extra and interesting detail.@Avondale87 Richard,
The mill is a protected monument, and is open to the public.
There has been a water mill on this site since the 13th century.
This mill was converted to a turbine wheel in 1915.
The mill was renovated in 1995 and reconnected to the original cast iron internal workings from 1866.
Some of the local rivers round here (in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion) have been famous as superb for sea-trout (called Sewin locally).That looks a lot like some sea-trout country I know further south!