|small farm mill||incorporated into house||0|
|#iom4||.||Ballacorage, Ballaugh||NGR: SC348956||small farm threshing mill||house converted as "Windmill Cottage"||0|
|small stone tower threshing mill||derelict by 1952, with uneven/ruinous curb, adjacent to 2 storey barn||0|
|#iom7||.||Billown Quarry, Malew||NGR: SC269702||large iron wind pump||.||0|
|tower||House converted - now has a glass roof contained within the tower.||13|
|6||#iom3||Lezayre Mill (Now Beaconsfield Towers)||Ramsey||
|combined corn and saw mill||smooth rendered tower truncated to two storeys, now incorporated into Beaconsfield Towers residential care home||0|
|#iom6||.||South Barrule Slate Quarry Malew||
|small stone tower||.||0|
The thrust of the article "Of Windmills, Museums and Music" however, is in discussing an application by the Manx Electricity Authority to erect 10 turbines, which never took place.
Similarly Manx Life in Aug 1993 reported on another application to construct a windfarm at Lambfell, Michael, which was not carried through.
One again however, there are tentative plans for a windfarm near Old Mines.
|Last updated 03/03/2017||
Text and images © Mark Berry,
Portions © Maureen Hall 2005
J Coleman paintings by permission of Dave Wilson