Look what we discovered— The Great Haseley windmill
We just saw it from the road as we were coming through Milton and decided to go. Just headed in that direction, parked in a nearby lay-by and walked to it (rather ran to it).
It can make a little detour if you are in the area for some other reason (like us visiting the Harcourt Arboretum), There are lots of green footpath signs in the area too, so there must be some nice walks around.
Google tells me it is tower mill with a fantail and four common sails. One of the largest stone-built tower mills in the UK, it is thought to have been built in 1760 and came to the end of its working life in the early 1900s, fully restored to working order in 2013 after a comprehensive programme of repairs.
Address: Great Haseley, Oxford OX44 7JA
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