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Latitude: 51.9827 / 51°58'57"N
Longitude: -4.7602 / 4°45'36"W
OS Eastings: 210543
OS Northings: 235184
OS Grid: SN105351
Mapcode National: GBR CV.K9WR
Mapcode Global: VH2N6.FFTD
Plus Code: 9C3QX6MQ+3W
Entry Name: Mill building at Felin Bryn
Listing Date: 24 January 1990
Last Amended: 10 December 1997
Source ID: 13062
Building Class: Industrial
Location: Situated at N end of track, beyond Felin Bryn house, running N from B4329 just E of Brynberian bridge.
Traditional County: Pembrokeshire
Early to mid C19 water-powered corn-mill. Marked on 1842 Meline Tithe Map when owned by Owen Owen of Cwmgloyne and occupied by Hannah Jones.
Rubble stone with slate roofs, partly replaced in asbestos. Two sections, N facing and built into bank. Lofted mill range to right with W end iron overshot water-wheel, and lower kiln-house to left.
Mill is small with half-hipped W gable, ground floor door to left and window to centre with rough stone voussoirs and small window at ground level right with timber lintel. Upper floor has former loading-door to left, part blocked with small window inserted. W end wall has water-wheel and one loft window. Rear upper floor is at ground level with centre 4-pane window and, to right, roof sweeps down over pent porch with rubble stone side walls. Broad ledged stable door within.
Kiln-house to left is single storey, gable-ended, with one plank door to front, in angle to mill range. Small E wall openings, and low rear wall with added lean-to of upright slate slabs.
Mill has ladder steps to loft and wooden mill-machinery, apparently complete. Loft has pegged tie-beam-and-collar roof trusses. Kiln-house has evidence of roof being raised. Smoke-blackened 2-bay collar-truss roof. Large square kiln with furnace below and sloping inner sides. Stone steps up to rim which has late C19 iron frame marked S.F. Kelly, Cardigan.
A complete rural corn-mill of regional character, and with malt-drying kiln.
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