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DUNSTER CASTLE MILL

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A Medieval, Late 17th century water mill, rebuilt in 1779-82. It comprises two storey building with projecting wings with twin overshot water wheels at the eastern end. A restoration was carried out in 1979. The mill is thought to be on the site of a Domesday mill. This is a Grade II listed building. The mill has also been recorded as SS94SE 105.

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