St Patrick's Tower, Dublin

A wind-powered distillery mill in Ireland.

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Built by the George Roe Distillery to grind corn for use in the distillation of whiskey. It was used until 1860 when it was replaced by steam power. The name comes from a weather vane on the cap in the shape of St Patrick. The site is now owned by the Digital Hub.

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Power source Wind
Mill type Tower mill
Mill function Distillery mill
Archive ID 11212
Location Dublin
Country Ireland
Latitude/longitude 53.34461093, -6.28497240




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