Melin Newydd, Tre'rddol

A wind-powered corn mill in the historic county of Anglesey, Wales.

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Constructed in 1833. According to Guise and Lees (1992), the name 'Melin Newydd' or 'New Mill' was given to distinguish it from a nearby watermill. On the OS maps, however, the windmill and watermill appear to be part of the same complex, called 'Tre'rddol Mills', and 'Felin-newydd' is another building to the west on the road. It closed in the 1920s, and was derelict until converted into a dwelling in 2009, as chronicled in the TV series "Restoration Man" (broadcast April 2010).

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Alternative names Tre'rddol Windmill
Power source Wind
Mill type Tower mill
Mill function Corn mill
Archive ID 12271
Location Bodffordd
Historic county Anglesey
Country Wales, United Kingdom
NGR SH 3901 8027
Latitude/longitude 53.29495500, -4.41694000




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