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Other Sites of Interest / Wind/Water MIll

Le Moulin de Tesson

One of the few remaining mills in Jersey. Within its walls lies evidence of a large steam engine, which was used to supplement the power required to run the substantial double-width wheel.


  • Part disabled access


National Trust Jersey


La Rue du Moulin de Tesson St Peter’s Valley Jersey JE3 7TS

Open days

May-Sep Mon-Tue 1000-1600.


By Bus: 8, 8A

The current building comprises the main mill with a water wheel; steam engine room; grinding room; dry storage area; the miller’s cottage; a walled courtyard; pigsties, and an outer garden.  During the summer it is possible for visitors to access some of these areas. Within the engine room there is a short film telling the story of the history of Tesson Mill. 

No parking or refreshments on site, but available at Le Moulin de Quétivel, a short walk along the woodland footpath.

From the Steam Heritage Shop

Up Hill and Down Dale

Steam engine road run across the Derbyshire countryside


Regular Price: £18.50

May 2019

  • A Trio of Gallopers
  • Among The Danger Houses
  • Brunel’s Cornish Railway Bridges
  • Sadie and Wee Slim
  • Sheffield’s Industrial Heritage
  • The Romance of the Horses (Part 1)


Fred Dibnah’s Made in Britain Vol.1: Episodes 1-6

Episodes 1-6 1: The Passion of a Lifetime 2: Collecting the Coal 3: The Source of the Iron 4: Castings 5: Water and Boilers 6: The Road to Steel City


January 2019

  • A Day Out With The Big Guns
  • Restoring the Steam Tug ‘Noordzee’
  • The Brooklands’ Great War 100
  • Celebrating A Steam Life
  • A Magnificent Survivor – Gladstone Pottery Museum
  • Manx Electric Railway 125 (Part 1)
  • Restoring the Spinners Engine


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