To pave the way for further changes in the future, I have started down the route of a radical reorganization of the way I
present the information on this site. Up to now, I have had one page containing all the information about mills in a particular
area, particularly in my series of pages covering the counties of England. However, some of these pages have become extremely large,
so I am reorganizing to make the
hold a summary table of information, linking through to a dedicated page for each mill.
This has the additional advantage of making it easier for me, and for others, to link through directly to the information on a
specific mill. The identifier I am using to identify the page is the Mill Index id, as used by the
As the first bonus of this change, I have been able to directly include a map/aerial photo of each mill on its dedicated page, thanks to
. This map hopefully shows the area around the mill, and can be zoomed or panned
around as you require. Some locations are only approximate - I'm working on improving their accuracy, but please do tell me if you
see any that are wildly off. Within these there are a number of spectacular aerial shots of mills - see the linked mills for a
selection of my favorites. Note some of the great shadows that the mills cast.