Site of Post Medieval Windmill 600m NW of Top Farm

Description of this historic site

The site of a post mill, a type of windmill which was built during the Post Medieval period. It continued to be used during the Imperial period until it was demolished in 1830. The windmill was situated near Oxford Road, south east of Marton.

Notes about this historic site

1 Windmill. S of railway line. Built by 1725. Ceased by c1830. Post mill. Later rebuilt on another site (see PRN 3158).
2 This windmill could be the one referred to by Bloxham as the post mill on top of the mound, or tumulus, that was destroyed by the Leamington – Rugby Railway line (see MWA 3153).

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