Thwaites Mill Watermill living heritage musuem marks the downstream end of the DNAire project. The weir that provides power for the former putty mill already has a fish pass here. The fish pass is located next to an island so for a view of a better one walk upstream to the movable weir at Knostrop.
Fish pass at Thwaites Mill
Fish pass at Knotrop Weir
Thwaites Mill Watermill was built in 1823-25 and claims to be one of the best remaining examples of a water-powered mill in Britain. The mill was originally built for grinding oil seed and corn. Later in the 1870s it was converted into a putty mill. It is now a living history museum run by Leeds City Council.