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© Mr Peter D. Dewar

IoE Number: 189963
Photographer: Mr Peter D. Dewar
Date Photographed: 10 September 2006
Date listed: 13 August 1990
Date of last amendment: 13 August 1990
Grade II

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SK 8329CROXTON KERRIALMAIN STREET40/502Windmill at NGR(8372 2907)

SK 8329 CROXTON KERRIAL MAIN STREET 40/502 Windmill at NGR (8372 2907) 13.8.90 GV II Tower of smock-mill. Circa early mid C19. Perforated yellow brick in English bond, moulded stone cornice and red brick blockings to window, interior lined in red brick. Squat winter tower with slight batter and large moulded cornice on top. Pointed arch windows blocked in red brick. Doorway on north side with depressed 2-centred arch. Blocked doorway on south east side. Superstructure has been dismantled. Externally many of the brick faces have been eroded exposing the perforations. Interior: Machinery taken out. Champered soft wood post and beams with run-out stops. Half of first floor and all of second floor removed, except for the beams. Narrow blocked segmental arch doorway on south east side. Note: Said to be the only known smock-mill in Leicestershire and Rutland. A windmill on this site is depicted on 1806 map. Probably in use until 1916 when the wooden superstructure was removed or destroyed. Source: Information provided by Leicestershire County Council planning department.

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