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Description: Hadley Mill
Date Listed: 21 March 1985
English Heritage Building ID: 147992
OS Grid Reference: SO8655064012
OS Grid Coordinates: 386550, 264012
Latitude/Longitude: 52.2741, -2.1985
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SO 86 SE OMBERSLEY CP HADLEY
4/97 Hadley Mill
Former corn mill. Early C19. Brick on high dressed sandstone plinth.
plain tiled roof. Two storeys and attic with dentilled eaves cornice
and three blue brick diaper panels at centre of front elevation; two
openings on lower floor with cambered heads and three small square open-
ings above bin level. Attic light in right gable end. At left gable
end is a single storey wing, with dentilled eaves cornice and large
round arched openings to all elevations, in which the water wheel is
situated. Interior: the mill retains its machinery and equipment; the
wheel is of the undershot type and drives three pairs of mill stones,
all of French burr; the runner on the westernmost pair has a eye ring of
iron on which is written, in raised letters, "J PICKIN, MILLSTONE BUIDLER,
27 COLESHILL STREET, BIRMINGHAM". A single storey pig sty range adjoins
the wheel house wing.
Listing NGR: SO8655064012
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Source: English Heritage
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