The mill and the Murrell, Barnham, West Sussex. A brief history
Soft cover, very good condition, 58pp., 21cm x 15cm. with many b/w plates, drawings and maps.
A Post Mill stood in Barnham in 1723. Today only the tower survives, but it is unique, being the only windmill for miles around with the original machinery intact. The history and working of the various occupants of the site. Account of the village past, centred around the Murrell Arms whose history is closely linked with that of the windmill. Permission for the restoration of the mill was given in 1991.
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SKU: 24905 Categories: Social history and mill people, Windpower and windmills