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    Default The Bridge Mill, Bucks - October 2020


    Since redundancy at the end of August (Not Covid Related) I have been suffering somewhat with some nasty sinus issues; so havenít been awfully active on the old Urbex Front. I did however discover a very local Old Mill to me; and what a beauty!

    I spent about 2 hours just picking through this tiny little place, which though bare; is a really nicely preserved little mill with some wonderful features inside it.

    There is very little history about the place online; except ownership during the late half of the 1800s and was sold to a family who lived and worked on site. The last occupant died in 2011 and I believe thatís when the house became derelict. I assume the mill has been disused a lot longer!



    The house did not have much going for it, except a fantastic ďSpace AgedĒ kitchen!

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    Thanks for Looking :D More At:
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/landie...57716628619163

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    Interesting that the screen and walkway in your last picture are of relatively new design...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocelot397 View Post
    Interesting that the screen and walkway in your last picture are of relatively new design...
    Thank you. How new do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ocelot397 View Post
    Interesting that the screen and walkway in your last picture are of relatively new design...
    All will be apparent if one looks up the Water Management scheme for the area. At one time the sluice gates were part of the flood prevention set up for the area and needed constant access - H & S demanded easy and safe access. My old job took me onto many similar structures over the years!

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    That bath is amazing!

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    and the Aga must be worth a fortune

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    Some really nice shots here. This place is quite close to me, might have to check it out sometime

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    It is well worth going!

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