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Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (1)
Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (1)
Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (1)

Anderson's Mill was a four-sailed mill with four floors. It was built in the early nineteenth century.

This view of the working mill is along Silver Street.

William Abey's grocer's shop and post office are on the right.

Jon Sass Collection, undated postcard

Waddingham, windmill, Jon Sass, Silver Street
Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (2)
Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (2)
Waddingham, Anderson's Mill (2)

Anderson's Mill was worked by wind until about 1910 and was driven by engine until 1946.

Since this photograph was taken the mill has been fitted with a replica ogee cap and the tower has been conserved.

It is a Grade II listed structure.

Location: SK 981 961

Peter Kirk Collection, 1999

Waddingham, Anderson's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Bridge
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Bridge
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Bridge

A cast iron bridge built over the Ancholme in 1931.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, Brandy Wharf Bridge
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Inn
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Inn
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Inn
Pearl Wheatley, 2011
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf Inn
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Warehouse
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Warehouse
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, Warehouse
Pearl Wheatley, 2011
Waddingham, Brandy Wharf, warehouse
Waddingham, Chapel Farmhouse
Waddingham, Chapel Farmhouse
Waddingham, Chapel Farmhouse

A farmhouse built in 1740 and substantially altered in the twentieth century.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, Chapel Farm house
Waddingham, High Street
Waddingham, High Street
Waddingham, High Street

Waddingham lies close to the A15, 10 miles south east of Scunthorpe.

It was originally two settlements: Stainton and Waddingham. Its present population is around 550.

undated postcard

Waddingham,
Waddingham, Methodist Chapel
Waddingham, Methodist Chapel
Waddingham, Methodist Chapel

The Primitive Methodist Chapel in Silver Street, Waddingham, was built in 1839 and was extended later.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, Primitive Methodist chapel
Waddingham, Old Rectory
Waddingham, Old Rectory
Waddingham, Old Rectory

One of several Anglican rectories built by James Fowler. This one was built in 1860.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, The Old Rectory
Waddingham, Old School House
Waddingham, Old School House
Waddingham, Old School House

A late eighteenth century house.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, Old School House
Waddingham, Old Toll Bridge
Waddingham, Old Toll Bridge
Waddingham, Old Toll Bridge

A small brick bridge dating from the late eighteenth century.

Pearl Wheatley, 2011

Waddingham, Old Toll Bridge
Waddingham, Redbourne Road
Waddingham, Redbourne Road
Waddingham, Redbourne Road

Waddingham lies near the A15, 10 miles south east of Scunthorpe.

It was originally two settlements: Stainton and Wadingham. Its present population is around 550.

Undated postcard

Waddingham,
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter

The tower dates from the fifteenth century but the arcades inside were built about two hunded years earlier.

Peter Kirk Collection, 1990

Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter
Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter

The fifteenth century (Perpendicular style) church tower seen from the west.

Jews' Court collection, 1978

 

Waddingham, St Mary & St Peter