Tower mill, Staining



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Hayle Mill; Tide Mill, St Helens; Painshill Park; North Leverton; Boroughbridge; Killhope Wheel; South Voe, Dunrossness, Shetland; Brantham Mill; Gislingham Mill; Burford Mill; Splatt Mill; Tower mill, Wheatley; Charney Bassett Mill; Papa Westray; Caudwell's Mill; Lode Mill; Leathley; Gwenddar MIll; Staining Mill; Eastington; Crofton Mill; Sonning Mill; Hounslow Powder Mills; The Great Fen; Brixton Treadmill; Meal Mill, Romsey; Fringford Mill; Cutt Mill, Puttenham; copper mines at Coniston Massif; millstone dresser; mine gin at East Herrington; horse wheel at Painshill.

"The Fylde

Cutting from "Northern Daily Telegraph". The article says the Fylde has always been known as "Windmill Land". Within a radius of some 12 miles of Blackpool there were over 12 working windmills and over time windmills became unnecessary and lapsed into disuse leaving a few in operation. The latest of these landmarks is Staining windmill near Blackpool.

"Stainall Mill"

Cutting from "Preston Guardian". The picturesque Mill (actually Staining Mill) is on course to be demolished. It is said to be part of the Roman road from Freckleton Naze to Skippool. The mill is a smock mill which was originally constructed from wood.

"Two Landmarks"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times". Staining Windmill is no longer a windmill but a furniture store. It used to grind wheat and crusty oats; the sails no longer function.

"Windmill to Go"

Cutting from "Manchester City News" reporting that workmen had begun to demolish Staining Windmill which is recorded in the Doomesday book. The present mill at Staining is 150 years old.

"Fylde Windmills"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times" reporting that the best course of action for the windmills of the Fylde should be to preserve them.

"Staining Windmill shortly to be demolished"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times". The sails of the windmill at Stanley park have already been dismantled. Souvenir hunters have made numerous visits to remove items of interest including artists capturing the scene to canvas.

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