The Quay Area, Woodbridge, Suffolk, England
This tide mill dates from 1793 although a mill was first recorded on this site in 1170. It was still working in 1957 when the main driving shaft broke.
It has now been fully restored, is open to the public, and can be seen working once again. Opening times vary so check before you go and remember that the mill can be seen turning only at low tide.
Looking north along the River Deben towards Woodbridge Quay with the Mill and Granary visible in the distance. The swans hope, and expect, visitors to provide food.
There is a footpath from the quay along the river's edge which makes a pleasant stroll on a fine day.
Looking across the River Deben from Woodbridge Quay at the typical Suffolk countryside.
Woodbridge is a very popular boating centre and there are many boats to be seen in the vicinity of the Quay.