St. Benet’s Mill


St Benet’s Level Mill dates back to 1775 with common sails and was manually turned to wind by a tailpole. The mill tower was built of red brick with the batter changing to a cylindrical shape for the top section as the tower had some 10 feet added to it c. 1898. This image may not be suitable for printing in small formats.

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St Benet’s Level Drainage Mill is a wind-pump in Norfolk, England.

St Benet’s Level Drainage Mill is situated nearby to Thurne Dyke Wind-pump and the motorhome stopover Red House on the Norfolk Broads.

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Location: St Benet’s Windpump, Norfolk
Year took: 2019
Copyright owner: J. J. Williamson