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    • By i like von derping
      taken from the web as there is not a lot available info wise
      Detached water-mill - not in use. C18, enlarged in C19. Brick walls, with
      rounded ironstone quoins to the south-east angle. South wall plastered.
      Slate roof with coped gable on south. Weather vane at apex of this gable.
      2 storeys. East elevation has stable door and one casement window with
      glazing bars on ground floor. Loft door and one top-hung window on first
      floor. Wheel replaced by turbine in late C19. Most machinery remains,
      included hoist wheel on south gable. RCHM Monument 44.

      renovation looks like its in progress got caught by a farmer who advised us that we were on private land and was very forgiving

      explored with Mon Ster


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