Ludham
Coldharbour
drainage mill

River Thurne

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c.1913
c.1913

Ludham Coldharbour tower drainage mill was built near the east bank of the River Thurne opposite Cold Harbour Farm. The mill had four double shuttered patent sails, struck via a tailpole. The cap with a petticoat turned the sails to wind via a 6 bladed fan.


9th June 2005
Mill site with Womack Water behind 9th June 2005

Mill site 9th June 2005 Mill remains 9th June 2005
Mill site beside Soke Dyke 9th June 2005
Mill remains 9th June 2005

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

H. E. S. Simmons photo c.1935: Mill derelict

1939: Mill tower remaining

2005: Mill foundations uncovered on Soke Dyke bank during drainage excavations


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