Winlaton Mill


Winlaton Mill is a village located by the River Derwent, located about half a mile south east of Winlation in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead. The old Winlaton Mill village had housing built to accomodate worker's at Crowley's Ironworks. The old village was demolished in 1937 and rebuilt on its present site. The reamins of the miller's house in the old village can still be seen.[1] Winlaton Mill's former fish and chip shop is now a feature at Beamish Museum.

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J Donelly - 1st NF - Winlaton Mill (Wounded)

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Winlaton Mill village 1893

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Winlaton Mill village 1893

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no it's a sledge

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Landswood Terrace, Winlaton Mill

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View down Mill Lane, Winlaton Mill

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NCB train near Winlaton Mill

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Butterfly Bridge

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Hag Hill Wood

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Tyne and Wear HER(5331): Winlaton Mill, Eels Haugh, George Eavan's House
- "The remains of George Eavan's house, the miller of the flour mill, are all that remain of old Winlaton Mill village, where the worker's at Crowley's Ironworks ...

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Tyne and Wear HER(1006): Winlaton Mill, Crowley Iron Works
- "Ironworks founded in 1691 by Ambrose Crowley. The large majority of the complex was erected between the late 1690s and 1718, with limited later additions and alterations. It consisted of ...

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Winlaton
- Overview About Winlaton Map Street View Winlaton is a village in the Metropolitan Borough of Gateshead, adjacent to Blaydon. Winlaton was established in the 12th Century as a farming community. In ...
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Winlaton Mill 08 10 2016

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1916-03-31 (Mar) B 11

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