The old saw on the Rasafeibach in Latschau is named after the field name "Mülli" (the Mülli is reminiscent of the flour mill that worked in the area until the 20th century) and its previous owner Ferdinand Loretz. The Loretz family bought the saw from the Gavanesch siblings, which had been in use since the 18th century. The current situation is essentially the same as in 1907. In the brick cellar is the wooden waterwheel (4.1 m in diameter) shot above, which drives the transmission in the control room. This provides the up and down movements of the Venetian gate via two eccentric flywheels and the stilts, a simple vertical saw blade with automatic feed. We request that you use the public parking spaces at the Golmerbahn or at the Latschau power station.Free entry, voluntary donations.
September 18, 2020
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