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Worsbrough Mill

Mill machinery, 2013

Miller Terry controls the millstones using technology which has changed little for hundreds of years.

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Family visit, 1970s

Ever since the mill opened to the public in the 1970s, it's been a much-loved place to visit for local families.

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Flours

From wholemeal flour to bran and semolina, thousands of tonnes of flour have been milled here.

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The New Mill

The three story extension to the mill was built in the 1840s, to house a new steam engine, storage floors and more.

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Reg Steel

One of the many millers whose stories can be discovered at the mill. Reg was here in the 1920s and 1930s.

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Georgian reservoir

Built to feed canals that supported massive industrial expansion in the area. Completed in 1802.

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Mill in need of repair

The mill became run down in the mid-20th century. Severe storms in the 1950s didn't help its condition.

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The mill renovated

Looking beautiful in the sunshine, this shot from the 1970's reveals the results of the mill's renovation.

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Horse and cart, early 20th century

Miller Fred Watson is in this picture, he lived and milled here for decades.

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Worsbrough Mill, 1625

The original mill was built in 1625. The mill cottage followed in the 1700s and three-storey mill extension in the 1840s.