It's not particularly old, it's not partcularly uncommon, but I find myself walking past it everyday, border terriers in tow, and it serves to anchor me to my landscape. It resides on the River Dee, but powered by a free falling brook sourced on Ruabon Mountain, which flows beneath the Llangollen Canal on the rise above it. On the other side of the Valley is Telford's A5, but the wagons rolling noisely down from Holyhead are drowned out by the swell of the Dee at present.
Lockdowns will end, eventually, but its forced me to look with better eyes at those fancies closer to home. That's not been a bad thing, at all.