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© Mr Colin David Broome

IoE Number: 197918
Location: SNEATHS MILL, LUTTON GOWTS (west side)
Photographer: Mr Colin David Broome
Date Photographed: 01 October 2002
Date listed: 05 October 1976
Date of last amendment: 05 October 1976
Grade I

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LUTTONLUTTON GOWTSTF 42 SW(west side)4/72Sneath's Mill5/10/76

LUTTON LUTTON GOWTS TF 42 SW (west side) 4/72 Sneath's Mill 5/10/76 I Tower windmill. 1779. Red brick. Dogtooth eaves. Octagonal, 4 storeys. The south side with doorway with ashlar plaque over inscribed 'T.D.Ayliff 1779', on the first floor is a single window opening. The east and west sides with first, second and third floor window openings and the north side with blocked doorways to the ground and first floors and single blocked window opening above. Interior contains oak wind shaft with iron poll end and clasp arm brake wheel. Clasp arm wallower, crudely cogged, being a trundle or face gear-wheel. Wooden upright shaft with a clasp arm great spur wheel. Drive to flour dresser largely intact and mostly of wood driven by a pinion from the great spur wheel. The datestone may refer to the casing in brick in that year of a wooden smock mill moved to this site. Unique to Lincolnshire is the plan of the mill and the poll end and trundle gears are the last surviving examples in Lincolnshire. Source: P. Dolman. Lincolnshire windmills - a Contemporary Survey.

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