Simonsbath Sawmill is a 'rare surviving example of a once-common type of estate sawmill and workshops'.
The leat system was built in the late 19th century.
The racksaw is the largest at the mill and is used in the first stage of cutting trees brought in from the woods.
A model of the water turbine system that replaced the mill's water wheel at the end of the 19th century.
Who needs blueprints when you've got chalk and a wall,
Graham Wills (sporting a fine JPA fleece) demonstrating the tricky art of using a pole lathe.