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Hibaldstow
 
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (1)
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (1)
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (1)

This unusual mill, built in 1802, was designed to work by wind and water power.

The tower is constructed of limestone with an additional story of brick added in 1837.

Jon Sass Collection, undated photograph

Hibaldstow, Reeson's Mill, windmill, Jon Sass
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (2)
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (2)
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill (2)

The water-powered machinery in the mill was take out in 1912 and the sails in 1913.

It is Listed Grade II*.

Location of mill: SE 982 028

Peter Kirk Collection, 1998

Hibaldstow, Reeson's Mill, windmill, Peter Kirk
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill, working group
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill, working group
Hibaldstow, Reesonís Mill, working group

A group of volunteers recorded details of the mill and its machinery in 1987.

Jon Sass Collection

Hibaldstow, windmill
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald

James Fowler rebuilt the nave in 1876, incorporating the 13th century tower arch of the medieval church.

The chancel, by Ewan Christian, dates from 1865. The west tower with its pyramidal roof is of 1958.

The unusual dedication is to the 7th century St Hybald - said to be buried in the church.

Aug 2011

Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald

Foundation stone marking the re-construction of the tower in 1958.

Aug 2011

Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald

James Fowler rebuilt the nave in 1876, incorporating the 13th century tower arch of the medieval church.

The chancel, by Ewan Christian, dates from 1865. The west tower with its pyramidal roof is of 1958.

The unusual dedication is to the 7th century St Hybald - said to be buried in the church.

Aug 2011

Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald
Hibaldstow, St Hibald

The west tower of St Hibald's church dates from 1958-60; the architect was Lawrence Bond.

Aug 2011

Hibaldstow, St Hibald, tower, Lawrence Bond