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© Mr Frank Swift

IoE Number: 115181
Location: THE WINDMILL, DUCK END (east side)
Photographer: Mr Frank Swift
Date Photographed: 24 June 2002
Date listed: 02 May 1953
Date of last amendment: 02 May 1953
Grade II

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TL 6832FINCHINGFIELDDUCK END(east side)7/38The Windmill2.5.53

TL 6832 FINCHINGFIELD DUCK END (east side) 7/38 The Windmill 2.5.53 GV II Post mill. Early C18. Timber framed, weatherboarded, roundhouse of red brick. A small postmill, brought from elsewhere and erected on a high mill mound before 1840. The roundhouse was added in 1840. Formerly had 4 single-shuttered spring sails revolving anti-clockwise on an all-wooden windshaft (a rare feature, which survives dismantled), driving one pair of stones directly from the brakewheel, with a tail pole to turn it into the wind. Many carved dates inside the structure, of which the earliest is 1753. Belonged to the Spains Hall estate and last worked c.1890. After a period of dereliction it was repaired by the Parish, and again in 1958 by Essex County Council. At time of survey, August 1984, a major programme of restoration by Essex County Council has begun.

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