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Ballycopeland Windmill

Ballycopeland Windmill


The plastered and white-washed tapering tower is a landmark in the Millisle area. It is estimated that Ballycopeland windmill was built around the 1780s or 90s. It was owned by the McGilton family and the mill ground grain until 1915. In 1935 it was acquired by the government. It stood disused for many decades, until in 1978, when the old windmill was restored to working order again.


All prints are printed on Canon fine art lustre paper and is printed and dispatched by us. You can choose your print to arrive either mounted or unmounted. Mounted prints come in a white mount surround with a sturdy backing board. The print size listed here includes the white mount surround. This option will arrive flat.


Unmounted prints are the paper print only and will be rolled and posted in a postal tube.

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