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Former Corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham City (Durham City)

Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)
Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)

Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)
Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)

Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)
Disused corn mill, South Street Bank, Durham (County Durham)

This building may have been the site of a medieval corn mill. It stands at the west end of the weir. The millstream still flows to the north of the building.

Reference number:D1240
Historical period: Jacobean (1603 to 1625)
Georgian (1714 to 1830)
Late 20th Century (1967 to 2000)
Event(s):Durham City Archaeological Conservation and Management Project 1990 - 1991 AKA Urban Archaeological Database (UAD) project; Department of Archaeology, Durham University

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See also:
Source of Reference
Local History of Durham City


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