© Mr A Hubbard
FULWELL MILL, NEWCASTLE ROAD (west side)
SUNDERLAND, SUNDERLAND, TYNE AND WEAR
Mr A Hubbard
23 August 1999
10 November 1978
Date of last amendment:
17 October 1994
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NZ35NE NEWCASTLE ROAD, Fulwell
920-1/4/250 (West side)
10/11/78 Fulwell Mill
(Formerly Listed as:
Tower windmill. c1821 on site of earlier mill; restored 1951
and 1987. Magnesian limestone rubble, the base with brick
dressings and the tower rendered. High round reefing stage
base with blocked, round-headed doorways with brick arches in
N and W, and metal doors to similar arches in S and E in base;
high tapered tower has blocked doors at E and W, windows at 3
levels with wood lintels to boarded first and casements with
glazing bars on upper floors. Restored domed cap has sails and
INTERIOR intact, the most complete in the region.
(Milburn GE and Miller ST: Sunderland River, Town and People:
Sunderland: 1988-: PLATE XV).