Tormiston Mill's Website
Don't forget to check opening times and details with the venue yourself before making arrangements.
An excellent late example of a Scottish watermill
An excellent late example of a Scottish watermill. It was probably built in the 1880s.
The waterwheel and most of the machinery have been retained. Now forms a reception centre for visitors to Maeshowe.
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