List number: 1044811
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N9122
Grid ref: NY9793864778

Old Mill by Cor Burn, Corbridge


The old mill to the west of Corbridge dates from c.1800. It is located by Cor Burn, close to it's confluence with the River Tyne. The mill and mill house are Grade II listed[1], the ha-ha wall of the mill house is separately listed.[2] Close by, old timbers in the riverbed on the north bank of the River Tyne are believed to be the remains of a much earlier Anglo-Saxon watermill.[3]

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Corbridge Mill

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Path by Corbridge Mill

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The Cor Burn at Corbridge Mill (2)

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CORBRIDGE MILL MILL HOUSE AND ADJACENT BYRE - List Entry
- "Mill, mill house and byre, c.1800. Rubble with cut quoins and dressings; mill house has Welsh slate roof at front and stone slates at rear, mill (ruinous) and byre ...

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HA-HA WALL AND ATTACHED GARDEN WALL TO SOUTH OF CORBRIDGE MILL AND MILL HOUSE - List Entry
- "Ha-ha and garden walls, probably C19. Squared stone. Ha-ha wall with flat coping and flight of steps in front of Mill House; to left links to taller wall with roughly-arched ...

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Cor Burn
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Cor Burn
- Cor Burn is a small river in Northumberland, which is a tributary of the River Tyne. The Cor Burn is 4.4km long and flows roughly south-westerly, past Aydon Castle, to ...
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Corbridge Mill, Mill House and byre (Corbridge)
- "An early 19th century mill, probably built about 1800. This is a Grade II Listed Building protected by law...."

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Anglo-Saxon Watermill (Corbridge)
- "A number of old timbers in the riverbed on the north bank of the Tyne were the remains of an Anglo-Saxon watermill. They were dated to this period by radiocarbon ...

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