Callington Mill (restored).

Callington Mill, Oatlands. A working flour mill built in 1837. It was restored earlier this century and reopened in 2010. (Wikipedia.) These photos are from 2015. There is another post with photos from 2008, during the restoration period, which shows inside before the installation of the equipment. Unfortunately, these photos were taken late in the...

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Bar rooom & cellar

The Deloraine & Districts Folk Museum is housed in the former Family & Commercial Inn. The corner room and adjoining room are presented as rooms of the inn. The cellar is below, viewed from outside. Cellar

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Coach House & Stables

The coach house and stable at Runymede consists of a front room with large double doors where the carriage is and a second room at the back with the stalls, and a wooden addition. There are pegs on the wall of the stable room for tack (I assume) and a regular door in the back...

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Smaller stables

Smaller stable building, for a gentleman's residence, at Franklin House Window: turning the central bar and the pegs push the slates open, to let air in.

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Carriage House, Entally

Entally Estate: the original house was built 1819 and modified over the following decades. The yards at the back have a number of farm buildings constructed over the same period, including this carriage house and stable building. The stable area is on the right. The carriage area is on the left. This a rough plan...

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Stables, Entally

Entally Estate: the original house was built 1819 and modified over the following decades. The yards at the back have a number of farm buildings constructed over the same period, including this carriage house and stable building. The stable area is on the right. The carriage area is on the left. This a rough plan...

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