One of the components of the Bow Back Rivers. As part of the 1930s scheme, Three Mills Back River was filled in, and a flood relief channel called Prescott Channel was built which enabled flood flows to bypass the mills when required. The new channel incorporated a sluice, which maintained the water levels normally, so that the mills could still operate

For the Three Mills Wall River Weir [1]

See also Three Mills

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