List number: 1355262
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 4140
Grid ref: NZ2661565753

Heaton Windmill


The tower of Heaton Windmill is an iconic feature of Armstrong Park in Heaton. The windmill is thought to have been built in the 1700's for grinding corn for flour and meal for animal feed. It was in ruins by the mid 19th century; the doorway is sealed and the sails and top portion of the building are no longer there.The windmill is a Grade II listed building.

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Heaton Windmill

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King John's Tower, Heaton Park, Newcastle upon Tyne

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578957:Armstrong Park Heaton Newcastle upon Tyne Unknown c.1900

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Tyne and Wear HER(4140): Heaton, Windmill
- "This windmill was probably built in the early 18th century and may be the one recorded on a View Of Newcastle in 1743. It was used for grinding corn for ...

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HEATON WINDMILL - List Entry
- "Heaton Heaton Windmill G.V. II Windmill. Early C18. Coursed squared sandstone; rendered lower courses. Tower mill. Blocked door, in rendered lower section..."

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Windmill

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Windmill in Armstrong Park, Heaton

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