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Eskdale Mill is a rare survival of a traditional watermill and drying kiln and the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park. The title deeds for the mill go back to 1737, when Edward Stanley of Haile sold it to Edward Hartley of Miterdale Head and many original features and working parts survive. It is located on the moorside edge of the tiny village of Boot, across a stone packhorse bridge over the fast-flowing Whilan Beck "at the centre of an intimate huddle of buildings" (Eskdale Mill's website). There is no vehicular access - park at Dalegarth Railway Station.
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