She continued to use the waterwheel until the 1970's to power a circular saw on the first floor to cut her firewood.
You'll see the miller turn the wheel on the right to open the sluice gate in front of the waterwheel.
The river spills over into the overgrown millrace and, very slowly, the old waterwheel starts to turn.
overshot waterwheel situated below the ground floor.
sawmill workshop with the waterwheel at the left of the print.