Ironmills Park

Parks & Gardens
An iron foundry was established here in 1648, manufacturing iron bars, sheet iron and heavy metal goods. The hammers were powered by the water from the river

About Ironmills Park

At the end of the 18th century the mill was converted to grind grain. The building is now residential and set in an informal and quiet public park.
Named after the iron foundry established here in 1648, this is an informal and quiet public park. It is bounded on three sides by the River North Esk which has cut into the rock to form a natural amphitheatre. The valley sides are covered in mixed woodland and the flat valley floor is a mixture of carefully cropped lawn and wild meadow.

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