Stainsby Mill

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Stainsby Mill.

Stainsby Mill is a 19th-century flour water mill in Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. The mill, which is in full working order, is under the ownership of the National Trust.[1]

The mill was originally constructed in 1849–50 and was restored in 1991.

The mill is located in the grounds of Hardwick Hall, another National Trust property.

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Coordinates: 53°10′58″N 1°19′14″W / 53.1829°N 1.3206°W / 53.1829; -1.3206