Already mentioned in 1804 as an Ölmühle, the Rönsahl monument was rebuilt in 1900 in two-story Bergisch style. The pond system for fish breeding dates back to 1907. A water wheel with water supply was newly installed in 1982. It was originally used to drive a meat grinder for trout feed, a threshing machine and a washing machine. In addition, the water wheel provided Rönsahl's first electricity supply. Unfortunately, the interior furnishings no longer exist.
Since the mill is now used as a residential building, an interior tour is unfortunately not possible.
By the way, you can also discover the Ölmühle in Rönsahl on the hiking tour from the Wipper to the Lingesetalsperre. At the starting and finishing point, the Historic Distillery in Rönsahl, there is a hiking information board.
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