Reedham Ferry Drainage Mill

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Reedham Ferry Drainage Mill
Reedham Ferry (north).jpg
Reedham Ferry Drainage Mill
Grid referenceTG44444034
Coordinates52°33′35″N 1°33′09″E / 52.55977°N 1.55248°E / 52.55977; 1.55248Coordinates: 52°33′35″N 1°33′09″E / 52.55977°N 1.55248°E / 52.55977; 1.55248
Year built1840
PurposeDrainage Mill

The Reedham Ferry Drainage Mill, also known as The Red Mill is a former drainage windmill found on the River Yare on The Broads in Norfolk.[1] It is now a privately owned holiday home.


Built in the 1840s, in 1957 it was converted by Geoffery Livingston, a businessman from Leicester into a holiday home.

In media[edit]

The Reedham Ferry Drainage Mill is seen in episode 2 of the UK TV series, Interceptor.



  1. ^ Eastern Daily Press - Tuesday 6 October 1959