With the advent of the industrial revolution, an electric motor was added to boost productivity of the mill. The transmission makes use of a leather belt in conjunction with two mating bevel gears. The mill was lucky in the sense that it escaped being bombed during WWII (possibly because it is comparatively inwards from the river Maas - the border between the then Dutch and Germans). There was however some minor damage, which was repaired in 1945-46.
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