Cricklepit Mill: the exterior

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Cricklepit Mill: the exterior

From the early middle ages (certainly before 1160) until the 19th century, Cricklepit Mill was Exeter's principal corn mill. The building took its present form in the late 17th century, when it was rebuilt on a large scale. The Higher Leat runs through the middle of the structure.

The view shows the mill prior to the fire of 1999 and subsequent restoration.

Acknowledgments: Exeter Archaeology

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