The Old Corn MIll,Hawarden

Hawarden, United Kingdom

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The Old Corn Mill Hawarden is situated not far from the Tinkersdale car park . The footpath into the woods starts from the car park and  leads to the old corn mill which was built in 1767 for Sir John Glynne. The corn mill was abandoned by the 1940s. The  building has collapsed but you can see the waterwheel, the large metal drive shafts, gears, and  grinding stones which still lay on the ground. HWC1445158189 HWM1445156676 HW51445156745 HWH1445156458 HWG1445156456 HWF1445156456 HW21445156451 HW61445156438

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Free-Tinkersdale Car Park on A550

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