An early XIXth century waulk mill located in Scotland, comprising of the main mill building, weaving sheds and chimney stack, beautifully finished with granite quoins. An underground water wheel pit was carved in in a natural rock, with the canal leading to a river outside. Some of the machinery, timber axles and cogs remain on site however the main water wheel is missing. Corrugated asbestos roof is in poor condition and so is first floor of the main mill building.
Parts of the sheds seem to be used as storage by nearby residents.
Visited July 2017.