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Finnertys Mills

Finnertys Mills

West Ireland | County Galway

Finnerty's Mills are located in Leitrim, 10 km southeast from Loughrea, in County Galway. This working, water-powered Corn Mill is a wonderful example of industrial heritage dating from early 19th century, and it remains in the hands of the Finnerty's family through all this time. This mill was mainly used to grind corn and various grain but in its heyday th...   more info and photos

Blennerville Windmill

Blennerville Windmill

Southwest Ireland | County Kerry

Blennerville Windmill is located on the periphery of Tralee Town in County Kerry, just off the road N86 leading to Dingle. The mill was established by Sir Rowland Blennerhassett in 1800 and was used to grind corn for local needs as well as for export to Britain. Milling at Blennerville was continued until 1850, then the windmill began to fall into decline a...   more info and photos

Skerries Mills

Skerries Mills

East Ireland | County Dublin

The Mill complex in picturesque fishing village of Skerries (35 km north of Dublin), is fine example of Irish industrial heritage. It's quite unique in that it comprises a watermill and two windmills in one location. Milling tradition in Skerries dates back to the 12th century, when harassed by the Vikings raids, monks of Augustinian Order moved here from...   more info and photos

Avoca Mill

Avoca Mill

East Ireland | County Wicklow

Avoca Handweavers Woollen Mill is located in Avoca Village, on the south east end of County Wicklow (about 10km north west from town of Arclow). It is the oldest working woollen mill in Ireland, as well as Ireland's oldest surviving business, established in 1723 (also one of the world's first manufacturing companies). The mill was built on the banks of th...   more info and photos

Tacumshane Windmill

Tacumshane Windmill

Southeast Ireland | County Wexford

Tacumshane Windmill is located in small village of Tacumshane, 15 km south of Wexford town in County Wexford. The windmill was built in 1846 by Nicolas Moran who gained the necessary knowledge in Rotterdam where he was an apprentice millwright. It is interesting that it has a thatched rotary roof facilitating to catch the wind for its sails. The windmill hav...   more info and photos