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SIBSEY TRADER WINDMILL

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The Sibsey Trader Windmill is a tower mill which replaces an earlier post mill. The mill is six sailed with an Ogee cap and was built in 1877 by Sanderson and Son of Louth. The mill ceased to work using wind power in 1954 and engine driven mill stones were added in the late 20th century. The mill was restored to working order in 1981. It is in the guardianship of English Heritage.

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