Abberwick Mill
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Abberwick Mill
- Overview Aerial View Abberwick Mill is an early 19th century water powered mill by the River Aln. The mill was in working order until about 1925.[1] The mill and associated ...
Mill House, High Coniscliffe
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Mill House, High Coniscliffe
- Overview Map The former water mill by Unalby Beck on Mill Lane in High Coniscliffe was built in the late 18th and early 19th century. Now a house, this is ...
Heatherslaw Mill
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Heatherslaw Mill
- Overview Map Street View An 18th century watermill by the River Till in Heatherlaw, near Etal, in Northumberland. It is a double mill with two water wheels. The mill is ...
Earle Mill
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Earle Mill
- Overview Map Earle Mill is a watermill located by Wooler Water. It was built in the 18th century and has a distinctive 19th century drying kiln attached. It is aproximately ...
Jesmond Dene Mill
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Jesmond Dene Mill
- The old water mill is located by the Ouseburn (river) in Jesmond Dene. A water mill was first recorded here in 1739, at that time known as 'Mabel's Mill'; in the ...
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001313:Heworth Watermill Gateshead 1920

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Spindlestone Mill

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Eskdale Watermill - Overshot wheels

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Path Head Water Mill

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Gleaston Watermill

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Tocketts Mill
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Tocketts Mill
- Tocketts Mill iis a watermill by Tocketts Beck, located about a mile and a half north-east of Guisborough. The mill seen today was built in c.1810, erected on site of an ...
Old Mill by Cor Burn
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Old Mill by Cor Burn
- Overview Map 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 ...

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