Dating back to at least 1578, Eskdale Corn Mill, located in the hamlet of Boot in Eskdale valley is the last working Corn mill in the Lake District National Park, Cumbria and is one of the oldest water powered corn mills in England.
Access to the Mill is over the early 18th century packhorse bridge which crosses the Whillan Beck (river).
The bridge over the Whillan Beck is an English Heritage Grade II Listed structure (Number: 76209).
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