Sutton Windmill Seaford ( My grandfather and his family lived in Mill House part of the windmill from 1898 until about 1928. The windmill fell into disrepair and was replaced with a Steam Mill for grinding corn and was attached to Mill House on the corner of the now Milldown Road )
Yellow Turk's-cap lilies (Lilium pyrenaicum) naturalised and self seeding widely (interspersed with the occasional native orchid) in the garden at Job's Mill, a beautiful 17th Century mill house set on the River Wylye near Sutton Veny in Wiltshire.
This is a drawn picture I have of Sutton Windmill and Mill House 1899 which at the time was the home of my grandparents Albert & Mary French ( Mill House is still there on the corner of Milldown Road and Sutton Road )
Dobsons Mill House, Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire. The first Cotton Mill was built by the Unwin Family c1770. It originally worked using Oxen and Horses to turn the machines, but was later water powered, and then steam powered. It changed hands in 1851, and became a Silk Mill, before being heavily damaged by fire in 1875. After some years of standing empty, the factory re-opened and continued in use until the early 1970's, when it was again ravaged by fire.