Chartham Corn Mill, Chartham, Canterbury
The mill at Shalmsford Street is a large part brick and part weatherboarded building with a luccam, it worked until early this century. Little machinery remains, only two iron hurst frames for supporting the millstones, and a wheel-pit for a wide breastwheel survive as indications of the former layout. Adjoining the mill is a turbine house containing a 4' turbine with spur-gearing to a pump. In 1993, this mill was largely derelict, and threatened with development. Eventually it was house converted..
|Mill function||Corn mill|
|Country||England, United Kingdom|
|NGR||TR 097 554|
- Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database
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