Water Newton Mill :: Shared Description

A large three-storey and attic watermill built in 1791 by J Compton. Constructed from local freestone with a roof of Collyweston stone slates. A small steam engine was added in the 19th century in a single storey extension to the north of the main building. Converted to residential accommodation in 1986. Listed Grade II.
by Alan Murray-Rust
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TL1197 : Makeshift footpath by Alan Murray-Rust
TL1197 : River Nene at Water Newton Mill by Alan Murray-Rust
TL1197 : Water Newton Mill by Alan Murray-Rust
TL1097 : Water Newton Mill by Alan Murray-Rust
TL1197 : River Nene at Water Newton Mill by Alan Murray-Rust
TL1097 : Water Newton Lock, River Nene by David P Howard


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Created: Thu, 28 Mar 2013, Updated: Thu, 28 Mar 2013

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