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Detailed view from SE of what remains of the Tweed Dyeworks on the W side of the S end of the main mill range
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View from NE of the SE side of the long range forming the NE leg of the complex, which is 'L'-shaped in plan.
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Beater House, Broke Storage and broke pulpers,  from west. The double ridged building range on the right contained masonry remains of the original Auchmuty Mill (R Tullis and Co. from 1809), south wall, at the east end of a ?machine house.
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View from E showing cooperage and office range, main gates, and high mill.
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View from SW of Office Warehouse and Mending Department (foreground - Item 7b on plan), with gable of range containing the Tenter House (centre right - Item 7g on plan).
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View of Bothy and Cart Shed from South-East.
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Wooden storeage building to east of site, view from west. The blackening of this buidling and the one storey range to the right (part of the wood turning mill) is the result of scorching caused by the kiln boiler house burning down.
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Interior. Distillery building, south range, grain milling area. View of interior from west. This part of the complex probably housed milling equipment to mill the kilned malted barley and the drive from the adjacent steam engine to run the milling equipment.
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Interior. Distillery building, south range, west wall, view from east showing arched openings int grain milling area. This would have supported the overhead main drive from which a belt and pulley system would have been fitted. This would allow the driving of machinery on the ground and upper floors if necessary. The grain miling area would have contained mill stones which ground the dried, malted barley into a meal.
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Interior. Distillery building, south range, view of circular recess for flywheel and adjacent arched opening to engine house. This would have supported the overhead main drive from which a belt and pulley system would have been fitted. This would allow the driving of machinery on the ground and upper floors if necessary. The grain miling area would have contained mill stones which ground the dried, malted barley into a meal.
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Interior. Distillery building, south range, grain miling area.  Detail of stone pillar on east wall used. This would have supported the overhead main drive from which a belt and pulley system would have been fitted. This would allow the driving of machinery on the ground and upper floors if necessary. The grain miling area would have contained mill stones which ground the dried, malted barley into a meal.
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Interior and range N of 1st floor and machinery.
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Interior and range N of 1st floor and machinery.
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Interior and range N of 1st floor and machinery.
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Interior. West range looking E.
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Interior. West range looking E.
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Interior. West range looking E.
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Interior.  W range, NE view of wheel.
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Interior.  W range, NE view of wheel.
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Interior.  W range, NE view of wheel.
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Interior.  E Range, 1st Floor, SE view of machinery.
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Interior.  E Range, 1st Floor, SE view of machinery.
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Interior.  E Range, 1st Floor, SE view of machinery.
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Interior.  W Range, general view of fanning machine.
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