Caistor St Edmund Mill
River Tas



Runner stone April 1967
Runner stone April 1967

Another of Norfolk's lost watermills, Caistor St Edmund certainly had a mill as the discovery of a Derby Peak runner stone beside the river bank confirmed.

The site is very close to the Roman fort at Caistor and it is also likely that the Romans would have had a mill here along with the next mill down on the River Tas at Stoke Holy Cross.


O. S. Map 1881

O. S. Map 1881
Courtesy of NLS map images


O.S. Map 2005
O.S. Map 2005
Image reproduced under licence from Ordnance Survey

Ordnance Survey 1838: Water Mill


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