The Middle River is a section of the Eastern Mill Conduit that runs along the east side of the River Corrib. It was extended and consolidated around the middle of the nineteenth century to improve the provision of water power to the mills located along its course.

Click on the images below to follow the course of the Middle River on the east side of the City as it flows from the Friar’s River parallel to the Corrib and eventually disappearing under Jury’s Inn, site of former mills.

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