Great Haseley Tower
A chance encounter caused by the closure of the A34
According to SPAB, it is one
of the largest
stone-built tower mills, with a fantail and four
common sails, and is thought to have been built in
1760. It came to the end of its working life in the
early 1900s, and was fully restored to working order
in 2013 after a comprehensive programme of repairs.
It is open occasionally.