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Letheringsett Watermill
England

Letheringsett Watermill is a working watermill and open to visitors.  The last watermill in Norfolk that produces flour.  The current building was built in 1802 on the site of an earlier mill destroyed by fire.

Copyright: Peter Holland
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Uppladdad: 30/11/2011
Uppdaterad: 05/08/2014
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Tags: letheringsett; norfolk; north norfolk; village; countryside; river; watermill
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