This derelict mill is in the village of Shrule on the Galway Mayo border and is adjacent to the derelict Shrule Castle. Part of the roof has lost its battle with nature and what would have started as a small hole has developed into part of the roof collapsing and bringing the floors beneath with it. This gives a very clear view from inside the building up through the floors to the roof so you get a good feeling of its height.

As is common with this type of building the stonework is in good condition inside and out and there are nice archways that add to the quiet character of this forgotten place. At one time there would have been great activity here but now the wind just batters the door open and shut.

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