The Old Stone Mill is a Grist* (flour) Mill, built in 1810 with the specific purpose of grinding wheat into flour. This grinding is done with a set of millstones, the bottom stone fixed, the top one rotating (at about 90 rpm), the slight gap between the stones allowing the Some are pictures sent in by customers and others I've taken at my shops over the years. You can see how my work has become more refined over the years as the pictures progress. I've made over 400 water wheels over the years and I've never made the same wheel twice (except for the basic wheels).

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Modest numbers of water wheels have been identified in various parts of the Greek and Roman World, and they may have once been much more extensive than historians have recognised. Most towns and cities had good aqueducts, and it would not have been difficult to harness part of the supply to driving water wheels for milling, fulling, crushing and sawing wood and stone such as marble.

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Modest numbers of water wheels have been identified in various parts of the Greek and Roman World, and they may have once been much more extensive than historians have recognised. Most towns and cities had good aqueducts, and it would not have been difficult to harness part of the supply to driving water wheels for milling, fulling, crushing and sawing wood and stone such as marble.

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The Old Stone Mill is a Grist* (flour) Mill, built in 1810 with the specific purpose of grinding wheat into flour. This grinding is done with a set of millstones, the bottom stone fixed, the top one rotating (at about 90 rpm), the slight gap between the stones allowing the

Some are pictures sent in by customers and others I've taken at my shops over the years. You can see how my work has become more refined over the years as the pictures progress. I've made over 400 water wheels over the years and I've never made the same wheel twice (except for the basic wheels).

Modest numbers of water wheels have been identified in various parts of the Greek and Roman World, and they may have once been much more extensive than historians have recognised. Most towns and cities had good aqueducts, and it would not have been difficult to harness part of the supply to driving water wheels for milling, fulling, crushing and sawing wood and stone such as marble.

An old water mill with a big mill wheel in Tirolia. This old mill was built for milling grain, up till 1900 the millers mostly did not take Money for milling Old antique mill equipment with gears and wheels. Vintage grain equipment in old historic mill with wheels and gears

Modest numbers of water wheels have been identified in various parts of the Greek and Roman World, and they may have once been much more extensive than historians have recognised. Most towns and cities had good aqueducts, and it would not have been difficult to harness part of the supply to driving water wheels for milling, fulling, crushing and sawing wood and stone such as marble.