DALSWINTON MILL (Ref:10228)
This building is in the Dumfries And Galloway Council and the
It is a category B building and was listed on 03/08/1971.
Group Items: N/A,
Group Cat: N/A,
Map Ref: NX 9480 8517.
Mid/late 18th century, additions to south and to west early/
mid 19th century. Cornmill built on sloping south bank of
Pennyland Burn. 1/2 storeys with basements and lofts.
Rubble-built with ashlar dressings, all whitewashed.
Essentially 2 adjoining rectangular-plan blocks in joggled
plan, (principal) north block with 2 lower wings at west
(the larger gabled, piended low addition in re-entrant
angle; main door inserted alongside, above slope); iron
breast wheel (dated 1893) on piended north wall; single
window above. South block (raised in height perhaps mid 19th
century) has central 2-leaf boarded door on south gable only
external opening (broken mill stones as steps to latter).
Roofed with graded slates. Some internal machinery and
Mill wheel inscribed "T Turnbull, Castlepark Mill Dumfries"
and dated. Substantial dam to west.
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