The windmill from the village of Novonerda (Yarkovskiy district, Tyumen region) was built around the end of the 19th-the beginning of the 20th century, is located on a historical site. Smock mill with four sails and unknown number of millstones. Log construction. Was used as a flour mill (flour).
|Condition||The windmill is in ruins and is collapsing|
|Status||In noone's possession, not used|
|Mechanism||Not restored, is going to ruin|
The following historical parts of the mechanism have been preserved:
Windshaft, Brake wheel, Upright shaft, Wallower.
Novonerda stands far away from the roads. There are two photos of the mill: here (in the middle of the list), and the windshaft is still on the frame, and here (also in the middle of the list) where it is already lying in the grass in front of the mill.
By design, the mill is similar to the Chernozem region Voronezh windmills. A bit closer to it there is the same mill from the village of Shikhiri (Khokhlovka near Perm).
There is no roof, and whether the lower mechanism is there or not – not clear. Far far away. Over the woods and rivers. Is it still there? Will it be there in the future? Who knows?