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RPS# 691

Architecture Record
Archaeology Record
  • Name

    Former mill on bank of Royal Canal at Ashtown

    Ashtown Road

    -6.33316, 53.375

  • Architectural

    This structure is part of the National Inventory of Architectural Heritage. You can find extra information on the building on or by clicking the green National Inventory of Architectural heritage reference number below.


    NIAH Details

    Detached four-bay five-storey former mill, c.1820, with copper clock to front façade. Three-bay four-storey extension attached to north-east corner. The clock is said to have come from Newgate Goal. Located on grounds of warehouse complex; overgrown Mill...[Read More]

    • Rating
    • Type
      mill (water)
    • Dates
      1800 - 1840
    • Address
    • County
    • Townland

    Web Link

  • Unfortunately it appears that this structure is not listed as part of the Record of Protected Monuments.
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