The last operating water-powered needle scouring mill in the world, Forge Mill is a restored 18th century listed mill, once part of Redditch's thriving needle industry. See how needles and fish-hooks were made, and see the original mill machinery in operation. On the same site are the ruins of a 12th century Cistercian abbey.
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Goodnestone, St Bartholomew's Church- Goodnestone, Kent, England
A small Norman church looking out over the stately home and garden of Goodnestone Court. The church dates to about 1100, but the porch was rebuilt after an earthquake in 1837. ... more