Saltfleet Tower Mill on Lincolnshire, England, c.1955.
Saltfleet windmill is believed to date back to 1770 and is therefore one of the oldest surviving mills in England. It was last used commercially in the late 1940s and is sadly currently in a state of disrepair.
An early 1930s picture postcard featuring Saltfleet Windmill in Lincolnshire.
The tower mill in Saltfleet, near East Lindsey, Lincolnshire, England.
A photograph of Foston Post Mill taken in around 1930.
The Post Mill in Foston, Lincolnshire, north-east England, was built in 1624 and is believed to have worked at two separate sites in the village before going out of use at the end of the 19th century. It was sadly demolished in 1966.
Foston is around nine kilometres (six miles) north-west of the town of Grantham.
The five-storey Tower Mill in Stickney was built in 1842 and worked until the late 1960s. In the last few years powered though by electricity rather than wind. In its prime the mill had four patent sails driving three pairs of stones on the second floor, with a further pair of millstones on the first floor driven by engine. The tower still stands and is now used as a store by a nearby engineering works. No milling machinery survives internally.
An old photograph of the mill in Stickney, c.1933.
An old image of the windmill in Stickney, Lincolnshire, north-east England.
An early 1900s photograph of the windmill in Coningsby, Lincs.
Three archive images of the mill in Coningsby in the county of Lincolnshire in England.
An old image of the mill in Coningsby, Lincs, as it appeared in 1910.
The windmill on Silver Street in Coningsby, Lincolnshire, c.1911.
Coningsby Tower Mill was built in 1826 and milled for the last time around 1905. Unfortunately it was demolished in 1970.