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Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Old Wool Mill


Crumlin Wool Mill was built in 1809 but has since housed different businesses though now derelict after a fire in 2014.

It is such a great old stone building so its sad to see it forlorn.


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23 comments:

  1. Hello, it is a beautiful old stone building. Sad to see it is not being used now. I hope you have a great new day and new week of 2018.

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  2. Love the stone. Beautiful, but sadly unoccupied. Happy Tuesday!

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  3. And look at that brick trim around the windows! Surely a one of a kind building. Too bad it did not get repaired. I wonder how much fire damage the inside has?

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  4. oh wow what a beautiful old building...i hope they are able to restore it and get people back in! happy new year christine!

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  5. Amazing how buildings have lasted for over 200 years.

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  6. ...it looks like an old knitting mil near here that is be renovated. I sure hope that this one finds a new use. Thanks Christine for stopping by, I hope to see you again.

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  7. For a building that old it looks beautiful, at least from the outside. Let's hope it will get a new destination.

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  8. It's too beautiful to sit there and rot. I hope some help will come around and bring it back to life.

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  9. It sad to see a large building like that stand empty.

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  10. A marvelous building. Not that different from some old mills I've seen in these parts.

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  11. That looks like the type of building that around here would be turned into condos. I always think they might be pretty cool.

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  12. I just love this wonderful old stone building. Perhaps it will be restored and maybe turned into a museum...one can hope. Have a wonderful new year!

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  13. It is sad to see a once-loved building now abandoned. It's a beautiful building anyway though and I'm glad you shared its story. Usually when I see something like that I never know the history and always wish I did.

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  14. I bet that Mill has some history behind it.

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  15. I really like finding such magnificent buildings like this. Maybe it will find a new purpose.

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  16. Hope someone will be able to restore and make good use of the building. Best wishes for the new year!

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  17. Gostei muito de ver! Lindas fotos! beijos, tudo de bom,chica

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  18. Ha Christine, prachtig oud pand.
    Groet Kees.

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  19. Hi Christine.

    Beautiful old building.
    Too bad if it is no longer occupied.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  20. I DO like that old building. Nice to see the sun shining on it. : )

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  21. I like the coloring of the stone and the framing of the windows! Lovely old building.

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