Southtown Mills, Great Yarmouth

A steam-powered corn mill in the historic county of Suffolk, England.

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Built c 1845 as a steam powered stone grinding mill, it was later taken over by Press Brothers, who also owned the nearby High Mill and Greencap Mill. A fire at the mill was prevented in 1884 by the early warning of the then owner of the mill, H H Gambling. It was remodelled and enlarged in 1898 with Whitmore and Binyon machinery, and rebuilt again after a fire in October 1901 with machinery by E R & F Turner.

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Alternative names Gambling's Mill
Power source Steam
Mill type Roller flour mill
Mill function Corn mill
Archive ID 12592
Location Great Yarmouth
Historic county Suffolk
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR TG 520 075
Latitude/longitude 52.60676797, 1.72155294





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