Stainsby Mill is a 19th-century flour water mill in Doe Lea, Chesterfield, Derbyshire, England. The mill, which is in full working order, is under the ownership of the National Trust. The mill was originally constructed in 1849–50 and was restored in 1991. The mill is located in the grounds of Hardwick Hall, another National Trust property.
Photo : Stainsby Mill-geograph.org.uk_-Author – Ashley Dace.
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