A very quick look at the remains of an old Victorian paper mill in the town on Greenock in Scotland. This was at one time a large milling building powered by water running off the hills.
The paper mill was powered by water from the Shaw's waterway that was flowing down from Loch Thom. We can also see the repainted drinking well set into the wall on a bridge that runs over the waterway. It is dated 1927-1927.
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