burwell-morgan mill, millwood, built in 1782–85, still grinding a variety of grains, powered by an indoor waterwheel; locke's mill, berryville, virginia, colonial-era grist mill on the shenandoah river. grinding a variety of grains including certified organic, powered by water wheel. www.lockesmillgrains.com
sarre windmill is a three-storey smock mill on a two-storey brick base. it has four double patent sails carried on a cast-iron windshaft. the mill is winded by a fantail. the brake wheel is a composite one, with iron arms and a wooden rim. this drives a cast-iron wallower. the great spur wheel is also of cast iron.
the mill produces both rough-sawn and planed lumber from locally harvested trees, and the adjoining box factory originally produced packing crates for fruit growers, but now produces decorative boxes for a variety of customers, and gift items for sale at the mill. it was listed on the national register of historic places in 2002.
mccoy mill is a historic grist mill located near franklin, pendleton county, west virginia.it was built in 1845, with a late 19th-early 20th century addition. it replaced a mill that operated on the site as early as 1766. it is a 2 1/2-story, 't'-shaped, frame building.
greenhill windmill is a traditional masonry tower windmill, built in 1856 at greenhill farm near kyneton, victoria, australia.. joseph hall 1804-21 august 1871 and william hoad purchased thirty hectares of farm land located on metcalfe road, green hill, at the original crown sales in 1855.
chillenden windmill collapsed on 26 november 2003. the collapse was attributed to the fact that one of the four piers on which the mill stood had sunk into the ground over time, and the mill's being in a fixed position, not facing directly into the prevailing wind at the time.