Haylands New Mill, Aldermoor, Haylands

A wind-powered corn mill in the historic county of Hampshire, England.

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Built as a replacement for the old mill c 1850. It had a triangular cap, six floors, four patent sails, an eight-bladed fantail and four pairs of stones. It ceased work around 1895 and fell into disrepair, one of the sails being blown of in 1909 and the mill reduced to two storeys in height in 1911. The stump was used as a look out post for the Home Guard in WWII, and demolished c 1960.

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Alternative names Ryde Upper Mill, Upton Mill
Power source Wind
Mill type Tower mill
Mill function Corn mill
Archive ID 8786
Location Aldermoor, Haylands, Isle of Wight
Historic county Hampshire
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR SZ 5808 9048
Latitude/longitude 50.71106779, -1.17863113





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