List number: 1276437
List grade: 2
Keys to the Past HER: N5149
Grid ref: NU1469434369

The Mill, Waren Mill


The corn mill and miller's house in Waren Mill is located by Waren Burn on the edge of Budle Bay. A water-powered corn mill is documented at Waren Mill in 1187.[1] Most of the current mill building dates from 1783, though parts are much older. The mill and granaries were raised by 2 storeys 1835.[2] The mill ceased operations in 1980 and was later redeveloped into apartments. The building is a Grade II listed.

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The Mill at Warren Mill

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Waren Mill from Budle Bay

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Waren Mill

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Waren Mill

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Waren Mill

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Waren Mill

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WAREN MILL - List Entry
- "Corn mill and miller's house. 1783, house added, mill and granaries raised by 2 storeys 1835. Random whinstone rubble with Welsh slate roof. In 4 sections: Miller's house ...

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Waren Mill water mill (Easington (Northumberland))
- "A water-powered corn mill existed at Waren Mill in 1187. Most of the present mill building dates from the 1780s although some of it is much older. Archaeologists think a ...

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Plaque in wall, Waren Mill

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