Woodbridge Tide Mill is a rare example of a tide mill whose wheel still turns when water runs through it. The mill is located in England and has been preserved for public viewing. The machinery in the tide mill shows the skills of those in the Industrial Revolution era. It is a three-story building made from wood. The reservoir covers half an acre. The tide mill was first built in the late 1100s and is one of the few that still operates. It closed its commercial uses in the 1950s and the restoration process began in the 1960s. The mill makes a nice painter’s subject, as shown in this jigsaw puzzle.
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