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Elwick Windmill

Elwick Windmill was built in the mid 19th century and is located about half a mile south west of Elwick, and is visible from the A19 road. The windmill had been derelict, but was restored c.2008 with a new cap roof and fan tail, and converted to a 4 bedroom house, still incorporating the internal workings of the original rig. The windmill is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England.

Elwick Grade II Listed Windmills Private Residence Historic Buildings and Monuments in the Borough of Hartlepool
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Elwick Windmill

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Elwick Windmill

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- "Windmill, mid-C19. Brick; of 6 storeys. Tapered circular tower having string course to 4th floor; segmental-headed windows and doorway. The fantail, cap-roof and lower timber floors are missing, but some …

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List number: 1159373
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ4493531535
District: Tees Valley


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