Repps Level
drainage mill
River Thurne

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Drainage Windpumps
Steam Mills

c.1920

c.1920


Repps Level drainage pump was not a large mill with a four storey, dull red painted tower approx. 31 feet high. The batter changed to cylindrical for the upper storey. Power for the scoop wheel was supplied by 4 double shuttered sails and the Norfolk boat shaped cap with its petticoat and tail pole, was turned to wind by a six bladed fantail.
The pump stood in a field by the river about half a mile along the towpath from Potter Heigham old road bridge.


15th May 1971

15th May 1971


After the end of its working life, structural additions were added to convert the mill into a private residence.
Additions included a white boarded band around the top of the flat roofed tower, a glazed sun lounge balcony set against the first floor and a small boarded room on the opposite side at ground level.


23rd May 1986

23rd May 1986


1920: Mill working

c.1970: Mill converted to a private dwelling


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