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© Mr W. Robin Hodges

IoE Number: 393474
Photographer: Mr W. Robin Hodges
Date Photographed: 29 November 2004
Date listed: 18 May 1989
Date of last amendment: 18 May 1989
Grade II

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ASHOVERSK36NWMATLOCK ROAD1264-0/5/65(East side (off))18/05/89Spann Carr Windmill TowerGVII

ASHOVER SK36NW MATLOCK ROAD 1264-0/5/65 (East side (off)) 18/05/89 Spann Carr Windmill Tower GV II Windmill tower. Built 1807. Coursed squared gritstone with tooled dressings to door and window openings. Tapering circular tower of 4 storeys. At ground level, there is an east-facing doorway; at first-floor level, 2 opposed doorways, facing north and south, all with massive diagonally tooled jambs and deep lintels. Each first-floor doorway formerly had a flight of stone steps. There are a number of rectangular window openings with plain heads and sills, formerly with small-paned metal windows, one of which survives. INTERIOR: machinery and fittings have all been removed, but the building retains 4 hearths which emerge at 2 vents at third-floor level. History: the mill was built by James and Matthew Beresford of Hazelhurst Farm, and was adapted to steam power, at which time an engine house and chimney (both now removed) were erected.

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