Horsey Windpump is a windpump or drainage windmill in the care of the National Trust in the village of Horsey, on The Broads near Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England.
The structure is a grade II listed building.
The present structure was built in 1912 on the foundations of the 18th-century Horsey Black Mill.
The windpump was working until it was struck by lightning in 1943. It was acquired by the National Trust in 1948 from the Buxton Family and has been restored.
The mill’s damaged sails were removed in 1956, and replacement sails and fantail were installed in 1962. The Great Storm of 1987 caused further damage, and repairs were required before the building could reopen to visitors in 1990.
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Location: Horsey Mill, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Year took: 2020
Copyright owner: J. J. Williamson