Cornmill Quay Annalong

Cornmill Quay Annalong

Building

Museum

Cornmill Quay Annalong
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Annalong cornmill was built in the early 1800s and operated until the 1960s, before closing it was one of the last working watermills in Northern Ireland.

The building contains many of the original components and is open to the public to view the inner workings that benefited many farmers at the time. It has a grain drying kiln, three pairs of millstones and a 15ft waterwheel (a form of technology over 2000 years old) and a 1920’2 Marshall “hot-bulb” 20hp engine power it.

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