United Kingdom Waterhall Windmill in Patcham

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Slawek Staszczuk

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This was the last working windmill to be built in Sussex, in the late 19th century. It's an example of a tower mill, where a rotating cap with sails pivots on a stationary tower built from stone or brick.

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