||We must trust Pallaruelo where he is telling us that
this mill was a batán. The decline of batanes
started already in the 17th century. Only very
few (probably less than five) were functioning
until the beginning of the 20th century.
There is almost no trace left, not even from the one
in Lacort which was closed down
in the seventies.
||The last wall of the old mill is probably down
already. Between the walls only rubbish.
The embalse (water reservoir) on the contrary is in good shape:
thick walls reinforced with buttresses on the valley-side.
The canals (visible on both pictures) are unmistakenly kept in repair: they are part of the irrigation system.