Brownsover Mill, a watermill that was originally built during the Post Medieval period. It continued in use until the end of the Imperial period. The watercourses associated with the mill are still visible. The mill was situated 200m south of Crow Thorns, Rugby.
1 By the mid 16th century there were two watermills in Rugby, one of which probably stood on this site. Details of ownership exist for most of the 19th century. The mill was probably disused by 1910. All traces of the mill buildings have long since disappeared, but a bridge crosses the river at the site and the watercourses are still clear.