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Lower Nash Corn Mill

A Grade II Listed Building in Cosheston, Pembrokeshire

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Latitude: 51.6928 / 51°41'34"N

Longitude: -4.8817 / 4°52'53"W

OS Eastings: 200931

OS Northings: 203270

OS Grid: SN009032

Mapcode National: GBR G9.BJ8Z

Mapcode Global: VH1S1.BQM5

Plus Code: 9C3QM4V9+48

Entry Name: Lower Nash Corn Mill

Listing Date: 12 September 1996

Last Amended: 12 September 1996

Grade: II

Source: Cadw

Source ID: 17271

Building Class: Industrial

Location: 75 m W of Nash Church, in a group with Lower Nash Farm. Its stream is a tributary of Cosheston Pill. There is a large mill-pond on the E side.

County: Pembrokeshire

Town: Pembroke Dock

Community: Cosheston

Community: Cosheston

Locality: Nash

Traditional County: Pembrokeshire

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A C19 corn mill marked on the 1863 O S Plan. It is not believed to have worked since the Great War. The mill dam has recently been repaired.


The main building is a storage range of two storeys, ranging E/W, with a three-storey mill wing attached at the N. Local rubble masonry with slate roofs. The main building is about 25 m long and 7 m wide, and is roofed in 13 bays. Access to it is from the S side. There is a cart entrance to the W where there is a gap in the floor to allow loading from the upper level under cover. There are also two high level loading doors in the S wall. To the E is another cart entrance, which has been enlarged for farm machinery.


The mill wing at the N is about 7 m by 5 m and is roofed in 4 bays. The wheel is beneath the wing at the point where it adjoins the main building. No maker's name has been seen on any of the machinery. The mill machinery is in disrepair but in a good state of completeness, with sluice, launder, overshot wheel of about 4 m diameter with rim-drive, cast-iron gearing with wrought-iron axles, and a single pair of millstones above a bridge-beam.

Reasons for Listing

Listed as a mid-C19 corn mill in very complete condition.

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