Long Hanborough. Combe Mill Museum

We can see the backyard of Combe Mill Museum, where the River Evenlod flows. The camera is installed for research purposes to observe otters, ducks, herons, bats, owls, and even deer.

The museum is an old mill. There, you can see the work of the original steam engine of 1852. Electric motors have been used there since the beginning of the twentieth century. Next to the museum is a functioning sawmill. Its products are transported by rail, on tracks laid right next to the mill.

A workshop for the production of iron parts was located on the second floor of Combe Mill in the old days. Details, like gears and window frames, can be found in the museum.

Guided tours to the museum are organized mainly in the nearest large town of Witney.

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