Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

A 'very ingenious millwright from Scotland' who 'contrived and executed' Regan's flour mill in Galway, built in 1813-14 and 'composed entirely of metal'.(1)

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Building: CO. GALWAY, GALWAY, O'REGAN'S FLOUR MILL
Date: 1813-14
Nature: New mill, 'composed entirely of metal, contrived and executed by Mr Macky, a very ingenious millwright from Scotland'. 100 ft long, erected on five arches, 12 floors, 100 glass windows. Cost: £10,000.
Refs: Hely Dutton, A Statistical and agricultural survey of the county of Galway  (1824), ? (Section 15).