E.A.P.I. had some great news today we have been asked to go back and investigate Letheringham Mill. We did an initial 2 hour investigation at this location on the 25th June 2016. The owners of the mill where so impressed that they have asked us to go back and investigate the property again. But this time over a longer period of time.
Letheringham Water Mill
A mill was recorded here in the Domesday Book, but the present building dates from 1740 with 19th century additions. It ceased operating as a mill in 1927 and was grade II-listed by English Heritage in 1966. Timber-framed with clapboarding and a plain tile roof consisting of two floors and two attic floors to the gambrel roof. Mill inner frame is close studded with angle braces and chamfered ceiling beams. All machinery has been removed save for the wheel, which has an octagonal wooden shaft; iron outer ring – which has been renovated in the last 2 years.
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