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Froghall Lime Kilns

Listed early 19th century lime kilns of rock-faced sandstone, ashlar and brick construction overlooking Froghall Basin. The kilns have a massive retaining wall approximately 12 metres high by 50metres in length. The kilns form part of a group at the head of the Caldon Canal (built circa 1779), which includes a tramway terminus,warehouse and the canal itself, forming an industrial cluster of monuments. 

Froghall Mill

A waterpowered corn mill dated to 1825-now an auto-salvage office. The mill had 5 pairs of stones by 1833 and by this time was used for grinding colours for the pottery industry.


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