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LOGGANS MILL

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Loggan's Mill was built in the early 19th century, it was extended in 1852 for W Hosken and was extended again in 1884. The older parts of the building are of granite rubble with granite dressings and the later part is of rock faced granite. The gabled roofs are of corrugated asbestos. The building is rectangular in plan with a square tower towards the left and a single storey wing at right angles to the rear right. This building may be associated with SW 53 NE 33.

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