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© Mr Bob Manekshaw LRPS

IoE Number: 287325
Photographer: Mr Bob Manekshaw LRPS
Date Photographed: 11 June 2000
Date listed: 11 June 1958
Date of last amendment: 11 June 1958
Grade I

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TQ 34NWBURSTOW C.P.GAYHOUSE LANE4/86Outwood Post Mill11/6/58I

TQ 34NW BURSTOW C.P. GAYHOUSE LANE 4/86 Outwood Post Mill 11/6/58 I Post Mill. 1665 restored in C19 & C20. Oak substructure on whitewashed brick circular base with felt pent roof. Weatherboarded above with 4" slatted pine sails. Steps and post to rear with board door under shallow pent roof. 2 casement windows in sides and boarded openings to rear, further doors under transome lights in sides of circular base. Interior: Mill machinery remains largely in working order. Oak crowntree 21 inches square is inscribed with date 1880. Reputed to be the oldest working Windmill in the country. THE WINDMILLS OF SURREY AND INNER LONDON - K.G. Farries and M.T. Mason (1966) pp.165-170.

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