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Description: Crabble Mill
Date Listed: 5 June 1972
English Heritage Building ID: 177804
OS Grid Reference: TR2975343184
OS Grid Coordinates: 629753, 143184
Latitude/Longitude: 51.1418, 1.2832
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In the entry for
5/55 LOWER ROAD, CRABBLE
(North East Side)
The grade shall be amended to read II*
LOWER ROAD, CRABBLE
1. (North East Side)
TR 2943 5/55 5.6.72.
This mill was originally built to grind flour for the troops posted in Kent
during the Napoleonic Wars. Dated 1812. Built over the River Dour. 6 storeys,
the lower 3 storeys of brick, the upper 3 storeys of white weatherboarding.
Eaves cornice. 4 sashes. Projecting lucan on the south side and a flint
and weatherboarded annexe to the east. The water wheel has been covered-
Listing NGR: TR2975343184
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Source: English Heritage
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