Year of translocation: 1966
This impressive structure was fully functional and still used until the late 1960s. The saw-mill is housed in a two-storey timber-frame building with a hipped shingle-covered roof. The saw is known as ‘Venetian saw’ and built to designs developed by Leonardo da Vinci. It is powered by a water-wheel, 4 m in diameter, which drives the gears at ground level which in turn operate the wooden carriage and the saw blade.