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© Mr David N. Gifford

IoE Number: 228425
Photographer: Mr David N. Gifford
Date Photographed: 30 June 2001
Date listed: 12 October 1984
Date of last amendment: 12 October 1984
Grade II

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TG 11 NEHORSFORDMILL LANE3/34Corn Mill, 32 metresnorth of Mill House.

TG 11 NE HORSFORD MILL LANE 3/34 Corn Mill, 32 metres north of Mill House. - II Derelict corn wind mill, built 1860, of red brick with internal lead flat roof. Circular tapering brick tower, originally of 5 storeys. Ground floor entrance to west with segmental brick arch and stable door. Entrance to first floor above with segmental brick arch and door frame. First, second and third floor windows to north, the lower window with cast iron casement. First, second, third and fourth floor windows to south, the lower 2 retaining cast iron casements. All windows, single light with segmental brick arches. Tall blocked opening to east on ground and first floor level now containing inserted opening at first floor level with segmental brick arch. Remains of shot curb on parapet. Internal floors and floor beams intact. Internal machinery includes upright drive shaft, sack hoist, crown wheel, great spur wheel and some tentering gear. One pair of stones remain from the original set. Stored within the mill, the remains of the cap frame, including sprattle beam, weatherbeam and tail beam. The cast iron windshaft lies stored, 20 metres to the west of the mill.

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