Mel's Video Of The Day ( MVOTD.COM )
.
Featured Video: Quarantine (is Not Quite Over) - Billie Jean Parody Video

How Flour Is Made At A Traditional Watermill

SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Your Name: Your Email:
Friend #1 Name: Friend #1 Email:
Friend #2 Name: Friend #2 Email:
Add your personal comments here:
( Use The Button Below The Video To Share With Up To 10 Friends At Once )
Subscribe To Mel's Video Of The Day


Thanks! Share it with your friends!

URL

You disliked this video. Thanks for the feedback!

Sorry, only registred users can create playlists.
SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH YOUR FRIENDS
Your Name: Your Email:
Friend #1 Name: Friend #1 Email:
Friend #2 Name: Friend #2 Email:
Friend #3 Name: Friend #3 Email:
Friend #4 Name: Friend #4 Email:
Friend #5 Name: Friend #5 Email:
Friend #6 Name: Friend #6 Email:
Friend #7 Name: Friend #7 Email:
Friend #8 Name: Friend #8 Email:
Friend #9 Name: Friend #9 Email:
Friend #10 Name: Friend #10 Email:
Add your personal comments here:

Added by Mel in Variety
332 Views

Description

At Lurgashall Watermill at Weald and Downland Museum in West Sussex, flour is still made using traditional methods. When grinding, it turns at about six revolutions per minute. Each complete turn is powered by 200 gallons of water.

Comments

Be the first to comment