This Mill is herehttp://www.flashearth.com/?lat=50.730979&lon=-1.774669&z=20&r=0&src=msl
I can't find much about this ancient building, which was a corn mill. The wheel is driven by a small mill stream/culvert that passes to the right of the building as seen in this picture.
There's a little information Dorset County
Place Mill, mentioned in the Domesday Book, survived the dissolution of the monasteries of 1538 and continued to grind corn until 1908 when structural defects forced its closure. After 70 years as a boat shed, the Mill was purchased by the council and restored. It is open throughout the summer months with arts and crafts on display against a backdrop of working machinery.Edit
(evening 2nd July) :-
Christchurch Local History Society 'Millennium Trail' plaque attached to the building says this :-
Mentioned in the Domesday Survey of 1086 valued at 30s* a year, being the property of the Canons of Holy Trinity Church, Place Mill has mediaeval stonework and Tudor and 18th
Century brickwork, and was used for both fulling (cleaning and thickening cloths) and corn grinding until 1908.
(*30s = 30 shillings = ¬£1.50)
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