The mill was fed water from the Río Asabón.
Pictures: 26.XII.2000, 19.V.2011
Ten years later the doors were open and the construction was in a sorry state with most of the internals demolished (it's the same story everywhere: people can't leave things in peace).
The canal is substituted by a tube (8) running inside the former. That was probably a good way to reduce maintenance on a long supply channel bringing the water from very far and from the other side of the road. Other mills with a tubed canal are e.g. Yeste and Naval.
The stone is from France: around the eye we read
La Ferté - sous - Jouarre
Société Générale Meulière
The turbine is still at its place (11) and had a double purpose. To move both the mill stones and the generators. Via cog wheels mounted on an axle through the wall (11 right) for the mill and using a belt (left) for the dynamos.The turbine (12) is labeled
Maquinaria y Metalurgia Aragonesa
Zaragoza - Utebo
MMA specialized in turbines and was at its height in the 1930s having about 250 people. They sold 138 turbines during that decade. Averly counted only 70 workers at that time (Found a turbine in Fiscal).
Maquinaria y Metalurgia Aragonesa managed to survive way into the 20st century and was closed down in 1981 (allegedly because of mediocre management).