James Neill Mill, Belfast

A corn mill in the historic county of Antrim, Northern Ireland.

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The stone mill here was taken over by James Neill in 1867, and converted to roller milling in 1880. The firm became part of Allied Mills in the 1960s. The mill was completely demolished and rebuilt in 1986-7.

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Power source
Mill type Roller flour mill
Mill function Corn mill
Archive ID 13438
Location Belfast
Historic county Antrim
Country Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
NGR NW 458 297
Latitude/longitude 54.59852421, -5.93598644




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