Glandalane Mills, Fermoy
The mill was said to have been built by Stephen Moore, the 2nd Earl of Mount Cashell, around 1800. In 1886 the firm of T. Hallinan and Sons operated the mill, and equipped it to be a "seven sack per hour" roller mill. The mill was originally powered by a large water wheel, but with the upgrade to roller machinery it needed more power, and a turbine was installed. The mill was closed in the 1950s and now little remains.
|Alternative names||Clondulane Flour Mill|
|Power source||Electricity, Steam|
|Mill type||Roller flour mill, Watermill|
|Mill function||Corn mill|
|Location||Clondulane, County Cork|
- Hogg, W E, The Millers and Mills of Ireland (Dublin, 2011)
- Milling (April 1895)
- O'Brien, N, Clondulane flour mill
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