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"Mill Turned Museum"

Brindley Water Mill was built in 1752 by the famous James Brindley, the engineer who was the brain behind the construction of the legendary Bridgewater Canal - the first commercial canal in England. The Mill demonstrates Brindley's work both as an architect and a millwright. Over the years the mill came to a ruinous state but from 1752 the mill was restored by the Brindley Mill Preservation Trust and today is a fascinating tourist attraction. The mill also houses a small museum which exhibits various traditional tools associated with milling and the work of the millwright and also displayed are some of James Brindley’s own possessions.
214 Mill Street, Leek, United Kingdom, ST13 8FA
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"Mill Turned Museum"
Brindley Water Mill was built in 1752 by the famous James Brindley, the engineer who was the brain behind the construction of the legendary Bridgewater Canal - the first commercial canal in England. The Mill demonstrates Brindley's work both as an architect and a millwright. Over the years the mill came to a ruinous state but from 1752 the mill was restored by the Brindley Mill Preservation Trust and today is a fascinating tourist attraction. The mill also houses a small museum which exhibits various traditional tools associated with milling and the work of the millwright and also displayed are some of James Brindley’s own possessions.
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