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Coxes Lock Mill, Addlestone

A electricity-, steam- and water-powered corn mill and forge mill in the historic county of Surrey, England.

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Mr Cox, an iron entrepreneur started building an iron mill on the site in 1776. The three mill buildings were a mixture of industrial milling, foundry and accomodation. John Bunn acquired the lease in 1808, and the mill was converted to flour production in the 1830's. The mill was rebuilt in 1901 and extended in 1906.

This mill had a water turbine.

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Power source Electricity, Steam, Water
Mill type Roller flour mill, Watermill
River Wey
Mill function Corn mill, Forge mill
Archive ID 8248
Location Addlestone
Historic county Surrey
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR TQ 061 641
Latitude/longitude 51.36606300, -0.47731787

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References

  • Anthony Bryan, Mills Research Group Database
  • H.E. Malden (ed), Volume 2 Victoria County History: Surrey (1911)
  • Ordnance Survey 25 inch map, Surrey XI.11 (1896)
  • Shorland-Ball, Rob & Brian McGee, The roller milling revolution: Master list of researched and located mills (2013), mill no. 167

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