This is one of the region's largest and most carefully constructed mills. Built of brick laid in common bond on an uncoursed stone foundation, it has six-over-six windows and a box cornice, and it had a slate roof. Although missing most of its interior works, the mill is impressive, especially its massive posts crafted with lamb's-tongue finishings. Robert Kelso's mill is on or near a previous mill of Andrew Donald (see BD23), which, from 1830 to 1832, was owned by Paschal Buford.
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The Kelso Mill
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