Ty Pandy, Dolanog

A water-powered fulling mill in the historic county of Montgomeryshire, Wales.

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As a fulling mill this Grade II Listed building is known to have had a waterwheel on its south-facing gable wall. The tailrace which returned water to the river further east is still traceable. The wheel was in existence in c.1800. Until the C20 tenter hooks were still to be seen attached to Ty Pandy and in an adjacent field. It appears that the fulling mill itself was the north/south range, and the east wing was the miller's cottage.

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Power source Water
Mill type Watermill
River Vyrnwy/Efyrnwy
Mill function Fulling mill
Archive ID 13105
Location Dolanog, Llanfihangel
Historic county Montgomeryshire
Country Wales, United Kingdom
NGR SJ 06792 12799
Latitude/longitude 52.70481304, -3.38093417




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