bransdale mill is probably more elaborate. the current mill was built in 1811 by william strickland and his son emmanuel strickland vicar of ingleby greenhow. the religious influence can be seen in the 'improving' texts in greek latin and hebrew carved into the mill walls. the mill is owned by the nt but isn't normally open to the public.
find the rope climb just before the designated area to get atop the ledge. beyond is a cave. the cave has several different interconnected passages and the tracker can help find the corpse with the box. you’ll find a few scattered o2 cylinders-don’t miss them in your haste to continue the task. be prepared to fight a bear as well.
bransdale mill bunkhouse. details: type. bunk house. web site. bransdale mill bunkhouse (more info & photos) grid ref. se626969. accommodation info. built in the eighteenth century this charming grade ii listed mill has been converted and recently refurbished into a basic but comfortable bunkhouse for 12 people for a minium of 2 nights booking.
my sister gerdur runs the mill in riverwood just up the road. i'm sure she'd help you out. it's probably best if we split up. good luck. i wouldn't have made it without your help today. you know you should go to windhelm and join the fight for free skyrim. you've seen the true face of the empire here today.
you probably can only change your shield and helm so may as well. before you move on with whatever you plan on doing be sure to sell off your extra junk but please keep your wolf pelts to turn into leather. there is also a grindstone at the mill across the river but you can't use it for anything useful most likely.
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bransdale mill is an eighteenth century grade ii listed water mill which has been converted by the national trust to provide comfortable bunkhouse accommodation for 12 people in two bunkrooms. it is full of historic character with flag-stone floors wooden beams and a log burner.
bransdale mill is a national trust property on hodge beck in the valley bottom and it is now used as a bunk house for youth groups. in the mid 1800's the mill was owned and run by william strickland. bransdale mill . sundial in the field above bransdale mill . inscription on bransdale mill in hebrew greek and latin
about bransdale mill bunkhouse newly refurbished. enjoy a group holiday in this converted mill nestled in a secluded spot in the north york moors national park. built in the eighteenth century this charming grade ii listed mill has been converted and recently refurbished into a basic but comfortable bunkhouse for 12 people and is perfect for