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Old 09-06-2020, 06:45 AM
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Originally Posted by Coquet View Post
but more interesting are two structures either side of the stream to the south side of this area.

The first looks to be of some age with more modern brickwork repairs or modification - perhaps a Victorian or older structure modified into a pill box in 1940?:

Is this not the mill referenced by Hodgson:

The ancient water corn mill lies in the v'ale between Eastfield and Low
Buston. Its overshot wheel was driven by the united force of the waters of
Grange burn and Tylee burn, but it has been disused for nearly twenty years,
and the mill is now dismantled.
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