Boardman's Mill - Norfolk
Boardman’s Drainage Windmill is located at How Hill on the east bank of the River Ant. Built in 1897 by a local millwright Daniel England of Ludham. Trestle mills or Skeleton mills as they are sometimes described, were a later and less expensive alternative to a brick built windmill. As a result of their mainly timber construction very few have survived the ravages of the weather and of time. Boardman’s Mill is one of only three Trestle mills left on the Broads.
From Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex