Heckington Windmill, Heckington

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Arthur Titley Correspondence

  • TITL
  • Collection
  • 1920-1933

Letters from Haines to Titley and correspondence between Titley and Wailes; on Chesterton Mill, other windmills and related subjects. Also notebook with notes, measurements and sketches re. Sibsey, Alford, Heckington, Chesterton and Burton Dassett mills.

Titley, Arthur

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs, Cap rollers

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Heckington Windmill, Heckington, Lincs, Sack hoist

Originally built in 1821, the Grade 2 listed mill was powered by 4 sails, 11 metres in length, and was in commercial use until 1966. Latterly the mill was used for grinding animal feedstuff using newly installed electric rollers but also continued producing stoneground flour. The mill was sold to the local council in 1969 for £1 and after being renovated was opened in 1974 as a working museum. It is the last working English windmill north of the Humber, producing stoneground wholemeal flour from locally grown wheat.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

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