Norse Iron Age Mill - Shawbost - Isle of Lewis - Western Isles
The Norse Mill is a reconstruction of an Iron Age corn mill that actually did exist on the site at Shawbost. It really is in a very pretty location and the mill shows us a little snipped of what life was like for the inhabitants on The Isle of Lewis long ago.
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Isle of Lewis - History - Norse Iron Age Mill at Shawbost - Western Isles History
The nearby stream of course would have dictated the precise location of the Shawbost mill - Isle of Lewis. As the mill was powered by the stream water. In fact it can probably be said that wherever you find a loch feeding into a stream below - then there may well have been a mill and you may see the mill ruins somewhere close by.
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