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Mill of Ireland
View from SSW showing lade and S front of mill
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Oblique aerial view centered on the cropmarks of a barrow at Hall of Ireland with the farmstead and mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SE.
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Oblique aerial view centered on the cropmarks of a barrow at Hall of Ireland with the farmstead and mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SSW.
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Oblique aerial view centered on the cropmarks of a barrow at Hall of Ireland with the farmstead and mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SSE.
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Oblique aerial view centered on the cropmarks of a barrow at Hall of Ireland with the farmstead and mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SE.
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Mill of Ireland
View from WSW showing auxiliary buildings and W front of S wing
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Mill of Ireland
View from WNW showing N front and W front of W wing
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Mill of Ireland
View from NW showing N front and W front of W wing
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Mill of Ireland
View from SSW showing S front
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Mill of Ireland
View from WSW showing W front of S wing
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Oblique aerial view of the Hall of Ireland with a vegetation mark showing the ditch and the Mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the WNW.
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Oblique aerial view of the Hall of Ireland with a vegetation mark showing the ditch and the Mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SSW.
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Oblique aerial view of the Hall of Ireland with a vegetation mark showing the ditch and the Mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the SE.
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Oblique aerial view centered on the cropmarks of a barrow at Hall of Ireland with the farmstead and mill of Ireland adjacent, taken from the S.
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Interior. First floor: Framed photographs on site taken prior to closure as a working mill, 1959.
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View of mill from E, lean to building contained the blower and the chaff store
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View from SE of mill building and lade
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View of W elevation of outbuilding at HY29483 09710
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General view from W
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View of outfall of undergorund tail race from waterwheel at HY29462 09713 adjacent to stable and cartshed block
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Detail of flume and 'on/off' trap door which controlled water to the water wheel
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Detail of wooden buckets on waterwheel
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Interior. View of former milling floor, S range, first floor: the three sets of stones have been retained. The corner set were the Shelling Stones of Derbyshire grit; extreme rigt is the oat meal stones and the stone in the foreground is the runner stone of the bere meal stones.
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Interior. View of former milling floor, S range, first floor: former bere meal stones
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