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Brinkburn Mill


Mill and attached miller's cottage. Mill probably C18 with re-used medieval masonry, remodelled and cottage added c.1830.

The former mill and cottage are Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Brinkburn Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brinkburn & Hesleyhurst The Landmark Trust River Coquet
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Brinkburn Mill

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BRINKBURN MILL - List Entry
- "Mill and attached miller's cottage. Mill probably C18 with re-used medieval masonry, remodelled and cottage added c.1830. Squared stone (except for squared rubble at rear of mill); cut ...

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