Several scythes, a haymaking fork, a potato fork, a riddle - providing I have remembered this correctly.
Blade from the smaller 'round' 'windmill' which is used to automatically control the direction the larger crossed blades are pointing in (ie into the wind).
Mounted on the blade are several more tools including two scythes, a rip hook, a pitch fork and several I'm not sure of but I think are connected to ploughing.
On the right is another riddle, but with a much coarser grating. I meant to ask if this was for soil and the other for seed (perhaps winnowing) but forgot (duh)
Restored chaff cutter (for making feedstuff) - would have been millpowered so this is an extremely heavy duty piece of kit.
Broad view of part of the exhition area on the ground floor.
You can see the large wooden beams supporting the ceiling, which is below the floor with the grinding gear on it!
Another blade with the old finial (I would have called it a Dolly, but it has lots of names around the country) and several wooden sections of mill wheels, pins etc.
It seems you can't have a metal wheel interacting with a metal wheel where there are combustible materials around. You'd get sparks ...
Hand grinding wheel, in working order - very heavy to turn.
Baker's dough trough.
It's about the size of a baby bath and carved from a single piece of wood as far as I could see.
The glass cases on the right have corn dollies (left) and a doughcraft wheatsheaf (right).
This was at the base of the silver mill model. It is primarily about the history of milling in Australia.