The back of the mill, situated by a little river. On Boxing Day, 2015, the river burst its banks and the mill was flooded. There is still a thick layer of mud on the ground floor, and flood debris remains.
We entered the mill on the upper level. The wooden flooring seemed to be in a very poor state. In fact, my fellow urbex pal actually went through some of the flooring, which was a very scary experience! Luckily he wasn't too badly injured. A stark warning at just how dangerous this past-time can be!
In parts, the roof is non-existant!
The mill is situated in a very pretty rural location.
Despite it being a death-trap and almost totally trashed, there was a certain charm to the place.