MHG12387 - Corn Mill - Talmine
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Type and Period (1)
- GRAIN MILL (Post Medieval - 1560 AD to 1900 AD)
NC56SE 21 5841 6253
The Industrial Archaeology of Sutherland (A Scottish Highland Economy 1700-1900, p. 208) - Sinclair B Calder, 1974
(Location cited as NC 584 625). Corn mill, Talmine, early 19th century. The roofless ruin of a rectangular drystone rubble building with the axle, one pair of spokes and a ring-section of a 4-spoke, high-breast or pitch back wheel, 23.5ins (0.6m) wide by 8ft (2.44m) diameter which had an iron axle and spokes and wooden ring and buckets. The single pair of stones was 50ins (1.27m) in diameter. Part of the wooden-toothed pit wheel survives. The rubble kiln base is intact.
J R Hume 1977.
The mill and lade were Scheduled in 1978.
The Scheduled name and area were amended by Historic Environment Scotland with effect from 23/05/2023. <1>
- --- SHG2332 Text/Publication/Volume: Hume, J R. 1977. The industrial archaeology of Scotland 2: The Highlands and Islands. Paper (Original). 320.
- --- SHG24430 Image/Photograph(s): Highland Council Archaeology Unit. HCAU Slide Collection Sheet 17. Colour slide. . Digital (scanned). 346.
- --- SHG364 Text/Manuscript: Calder, Sinclair B.. 1974. The Industrial Archaeology of Sutherland: A Scottish Highland Economy 1700-1900. The University of Strathclyde.
- --- SHG7436 Image/Photograph(s): Watermill, Talmine, Melness. Digital Image. .
- <1> SHG29433 Text/Designation Notification/Scheduled Monument: Historic Environment Scotland. 2023. Amendment to a Scheduled Monument Notification - SM4079. Historic Environment Scotland. 24/05/2023. Digital.
|Grid reference||Centred NC 5839 6249 (92m by 174m) (2 map features)|
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External Links (2)
- http://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/SM4079 (Online designation description (Historic Environment Scotland))
- https://canmore.org.uk/site/5397 (View RCAHMS Canmore entry for this site)
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