Located on level, low-lying ground on the NE bank of a small NW-SE tributary of a SW-NE section of the old River Dee, c. 110m from its confluence with the river. The discovery of three rotary querns suggests that there may have been a water mill on the river shortly after it exited the original Moynagh Lough, which was much more extensive originally. It would have utilised the lake as a mill-pond, but there is no visible evidence of such a mill, and its location is not precisely known. The quernstones are kept at a nearby house.
Compiled by: Michael Moore
Date of upload: 17 August, 2017 Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.