River: Nene- preserved but has no waterwheel
River: Nene- Converted into a restaurant - no wheel or any other machinery [homepage]
River: Harper's Brook - tributory of Nene- Mill converted in recent years, but owner has kept some machinery intact, and is restoring the wheel, even though the brook has been cut off and dried up.
River: Nene- Office to caravan site, no wheel or machinery
River: trib of Cherwell- Very derelict site. Joined to mill house and barn. According to locals there is no preservation order or protection of any kind on the mill despite its great age and interest. No wheel or machinery. As of feb 2006, being converted into house.
River: Nene- Known as "Hardwater mill". Converted into dwelling. [photos]
River: Nene- Externally complete (apart from a number of windows added). No gear within. The wooden wheel remains in a ruined condition.
River: Nene- Wheel and other machinery exist, even though mill building was demolished in 1975.
River: Cherwell- Village is in Oxfordshire, with the river as boundary. Mills are on the Northants side of the river.
River: Nene- Said to be one of the best preserved mills in Northamptonshire. It has two waterwheels, both are derelict.
River: Nene- Preserved but empty. Owned by the Spokes family (original millers).
River: Nene- Stopped work 30's, altered into grain store in 1950's, much modified since.
|Last updated 03/03/2017||
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