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© Mr Peter Sharpe

IoE Number: 395788
Location: POST MILL, MILL ROAD
  GREAT GRANSDEN, HUNTINGDONSHIRE, CAMBRIDGESHIRE
Photographer: Mr Peter Sharpe
Date Photographed: 18 March 2005
Date listed: 18 November 1983
Date of last amendment: 18 November 1983
Grade II*

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In the entry for GREAT GRANSDEN MILL ROAD Post Mill The following item number shall be added 15/70 -------------------------------------------- TL 2755 GREAT GRANSDEN MILL ROAD - Post Mill - II* Post and open trestle mill built c.1612 (deed), the oldest remaining mill in England. Body of two storeys covered with tarred weatherboards. Two pairs of over-driven Burr stones on second floor. Sack hoist driven from wooden pulley on the windshaft behind the tail wheel. Flour dressing machine on first floor with inscription 'IL 1774 RW'. The mill is undergoing restoration 1982. Huntingdonshire Windmills. C.F. Tebbutt. 1942. Photographic record taken by Cambrdigeshire County Council's Architects Department. 1974. Measured Drawings by G. Black, Architect. 1979. Windmills in Huntingdon and Peterborough. A.C. Smith. 1977.

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