The unusual windmill /watermill combination at West Ashling, near Chichester in about 1910. The Windmill was a type of Hollow Post Mill which operated the sack hoist in the water Mill plus additional millstones. It stopped working in around 1910 and was demolished in the early 1950s, the sails having been removed in the 1930s.
On the road south out of Mundesley, you will find Stow Mill; which was built as a flour mill in around 1826 by James Gaze. The mill was operational until 1930, when it was turned into a small home. In 1960 it was selected for preservation by Norfolk County Council and since then it has been maintained and restored by private owners with the help of donations and admission charges. Today, this wonderful mill is open to visitors most days, and there is an adjacent small shop.