Lepaa Mill, Tyrväntö
This mill stands in the State Gardeners' School. It has small sham common sails and is completely gutted except for the windshaft. Both tower and cap are shingled and painted Falun red. The windshaft has granite neck and tail bearings, but the neck and tail journals do not appear to be authentic. The live curb is 11 ft. 10 in. diameter and the gambrel cap 17 ft. 4 in. in both directions. The tower is 46 ft. high and 21 ft. across the ground floor.
|Mill type||Smock mill|
- Wailes, Rex, & Auvo Hirsjärvi, "Finnish Mills Part II: Mamsel or Smock Mills", (Transactions of the Newcomen Society, 43, 1970-1971, pp.113-128)
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