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    Default Horsebridge Mill & Out Buildings, Hailsham


    Heres all the details I could find on the mill itself!,

    Horsebridge Mill was rebuilt as a large roller mill following a serious fire that either occurred in January 1908 or on 2 January 1910. The mill continued working until August 1969.





























    And here is the out buildings



















    Sorry there were so many images.

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    Very nice, I like that bandsaw thing :)

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    Awesome looking site.
    The waterwheel is nice.
    Loving the guages too.

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    Well done for doing the Mill Precision building...we did the old mill but was watched by the local nosey neighbour all the time...some of the floors were iffy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klempner69 View Post
    Well done for doing the Mill Precision building...we did the old mill but was watched by the local nosey neighbour all the time...some of the floors were iffy.
    Thanks :). Lol all to true about the floor being iffy.


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