Dreifa Mills, Cwm-morgan

A water-powered woollen mill in the historic county of Carmarthenshire, Wales.

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A Grade II Listed three-storey mill, built of rubblestone with red brick quoins under a pitched slate roof; the windows have red brick dressings and slate sills. At the east end is a massive iron overshot waterwheel, restored with its metal leat supported on wooden posts, the wheel supplied by the Bridge End Foundry, Cardigan; a large iron flywheel remains in situ inside. To the south is a second waterwheel also in a raised stone wheel case, but unrestored. There is a dye vat, in a stone housing with fire grate under.

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Power source Water
Mill type Watermill
River Cych
Mill function Woollen mill
Archive ID 13379
Location Cwm-morgan, Cenarth
Historic county Carmarthenshire
Country Wales, United Kingdom
NGR SN 29261 34527
Latitude/longitude 51.98289802, -4.48762246




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