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Chillenden Mill

Chillenden Mill

Description
Chillenden Mill is a distinctive local landmark, standing on an exposed site at Goodnestone, Dover. It is a Grade ll listed building.There have been windmills on this site since the 1300s. In 1868 an open-trestle post windmill was built to replace an earlier post mill. It was not fitted with a fantail and would have been turned manually.
Crabble Corn Mill

Crabble Corn Mill

Description
Crabble Corn Mill built in 1812 to supply flour to troops defending the Kent coast from possible invasion from Napoleon's forces. Now run entirely by volunteers after restoration in 1986. The mill can be seen demonstrating how flour is made traditionally by water power using French burr stones.
East Kent Railway

East Kent Railway

Description
Step back in time onto the largest remaining part of the Kent Coalfields. Enjoy five mile round trips on Heritage trains, ride the miniature railway, visit the model railway carriage, enjoy your lunch in a unique buffet carriage and take home a souvenir of a wonderful family day out.
South Foreland Lighthouse

South Foreland Lighthouse

Description
A striking landmark on the White Cliffs of Dover, this historic building was the site of Faraday's work in pioneering the use of electricity in lighthouses, and was the first to display an electrically powered signal. South Foreland was also used by Marconi for his successful wireless experiments in 1898.
White Mill Rural Heritage Centre

White Mill Rural Heritage Centre

Description
A restored Smock Mill built 1760. Original wooden machinery, millers cottage with domestic displays. Granary, forge, wheelwright workshop, cobblers shop, farming tools, cowshed. Gift shop, toilets, car park
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Telephone: 01304 201066

email: tic@doveruk.com

Telephone: 01304 201066    email: tic@doveruk.com