Newington Mill, Ramsgate

A Combustion Engine and Wind powered Corn mill in the historic county of Kent, England.

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Built in 1830 by John Holman, the mill was converted to roller milling c 1900 by J J Armfield & Co. The roller mills were powered by gas, although they could still be run by wind power. The mill worked until at least the 1930s, and was demolished c 1960.

Full details

Power source Combustion Engine, Wind
Mill type Roller flour mill, Smock mill
Mill functions Corn mill
Archive ID 10674
Location Ramsgate
Historic county Kent
Country England
NGR TR 3672 6628
Latitude 51.34626185354405
Longitude 1.3978571493514664



Ordnance Survey 25 inch map, Kent XXV.16 (1898)

Cookson, Mildred, "Newington Mill Ramsgate" (Milling and Grain, 126 (4), April 2015, 8-9)


Peter Frazer, mill researcher, 2006