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Mill at Impington, c 1897, view from Station Road (MoC299/71)

Impington Mill

History of Impington Mill

Listed building:

Smock windmill. Early C19. Octagonal, tapering three storey tower of tarred brick with two timber framed storeys above, clad with weather boarding. Ogee cap with ball finial. Four sail stocks and support for fantail in situ. Two stable doors one in lean-to to east, small window in tower. Interior. Mill stones dismantled from over driven corn grinding machinery.


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