Ballymore Woollen Mill

Ballymore-Eustace Woollen Mill is only a few Km from Baltyboys. 


A Conservation Report has been prepared and work is in hand to save the buildings from collapse and possibly to set up a new venture there. 

 

Please note that the mill buildings at Ballymore are in a dangerous condition. 

The mill buildings are on private property which is presently a building site.

-  DO NOT ENTER THE MILL SITE OR THE MILL BUILDINGS  - 

 

 

 

This page created on 25 May 2015.  Updated 23 October 2015.

 

The Author

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

John Hussey has degrees in Geography and in Civil & Environmental Engineering. 

  

The author adopts a regional approach based on historical-geography, focusing on human settlement and industry in north-west of County Wicklow, extending from Blessington into the upper Liffey valley and the Kings River valley.

 

He has researched and written on the region's Granite Quarrying and Weaving Industry and its Quaker community.

 

His most recent research has focused on the Woolpack Road, along which the region's wool and cloth was transported to Dublin. 

 

His book on the Quaker community of Baltyboys was published by the Irish Society of Friends (Quakers) in July 2017.