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COULTERSHAW MILL

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Water mill, burnt down in the 1920s, containing a beam pump built in 1782 to supply water to Petworth House. The pump was restored during the 1980s and comprises a water-wheel powered triple beam pump. It is almost an exact copy of George Sorocold's pumps erected under London Bridge in 1705 and the only surviving example.

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