Wind engine, Crux Easton

A wind-powered corn mill and pumping mill/wheel and saw mill in the historic county of Hampshire, England.

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This wind engine is of the 'Simplex' type designed by John Wallis Titt, and was constructed in 1891 for the Earl of Caernarvon to pump water from a nearby well. It also operated a saw and corn mill. It ceased work in the 1920s, but was restored in 2003.

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Power source Wind
Mill type Wind engine
Mill function Corn mill, Pumping mill/wheel, Saw mill
Archive ID 1777
Location Crux Easton
Historic county Hampshire
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR SU 42674 56324
Latitude/longitude 51.30444012, -1.38916313




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