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Report - busby mill lade (feb 2011)

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by freefaller, Feb 27, 2011.

  1. freefaller

    freefaller 28DL Full Member
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    After doing a little more research last night a realised that the busby mill had a lade. ( A mill lade, or simply a lade, is the term used for a man-made watercourse, generally one that carries water to a mill, in Scotland)
    so went back down to the river (white cart) next to the mill to find them and was well impressed when i did would say its about 100m:confused in two parts
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    some sort of dam(lock) to let water in to the lade


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