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North East Derbyshire (District Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SK 35412 62278


ASHOVER SK3562 HOCKLEY LANE 1264-0/12/58 (West side (off)) Fallgate Mill II Water-powered corn mill. Dated 1781, but with earlier work incorporated within the present structure. Restored 1987-8. Coursed rubble and ashlar gritstone, together with rubble carboniferous limestone, with quoins. Stone slate and pantile roof coverings, the latter with stone slated eaves. Single-storey range to the east, of brick with a stone slated roof. An irregular L-shaped grouping of buildings, the main range running east to west, with an advanced range at right angles to the main range, at the east end. The brick range is also slightly advanced. South elevation has central range of three storeys and three bays, with an off-centre doorway with massive surround and lintel, the latter inscribed 'E T S 1781'. Small single opening above doorway, and to the west a wider opening, both with plain planked doors and deep lintels. To the west, the brick outbuilding with a single central opening with planked shutter, and a small 4-pane light above. Gable to advanced range to east with a blocked ground-floor opening, a glazed first floor taking-in opening, and a small single lancet light to the gable apex. West elevation faces onto wheelpit, and is of coursed rubble. 2 rectangular openings to wall centre, one in the gable apex, the other below it, and a tall narrow opening to the south side. Set into the wheelpit a restored overshot wheel with metal sideplates and timber buckets. A metal pentrough delivers water to the wheel head. The interior and the machinery have been fully restored.

Listing NGR: SK3541262278


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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Date: 25 Mar 2005
Reference: IOE01/12839/26
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr W. Robin Hodges. Source Historic England Archive
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