New Abbey Corn Mill is in the care of Historic Environment Scotland. It contains a number of ‘Ministry’ style signs reminding the public to take care in this complex structure.
Nether Largie South Cairn is part of the prehistoric landscape at Kilmartin. It was excavated by Canon Greenwell in 1864. Its first phase appears to belong to the early Neolithic. Two cists were cut into the outer part of the cairn, probably ion the Early Bronze Age.
The first floor of the Ruthven lodging at Dirleton Castle is accessed by a circular staircase. Immediately inside is a ‘Wall cupboard once fitted with shelves’.
The donkey-wheel is an unusual feature of Carisbrooke Castle. A donkey demonstrates for a limited time (c. 30 seconds) how water was drawn by this method. Each is named with a ‘J’: Jack and Jill feature here (see English Heritage).
A Pathé News clip shows the wheel in action. Notice that the Ministry sign has changed during the intervening period.
Yarmouth Castle on the Isle of Wight retains a number of Ministry signs. One on the upper gun deck reminds visitors ‘to avoid accidents’.
For other types of Ministry warning signs:
- ‘Please keep off banks’ [Dirleton]
- Uneven and slippery steps [Easby Abbey] [Brougham]
- ‘Do not climb over railings’ [Tantallon Castle]
- ‘Beware open medieval culverts’ [Melrose Abbey]
- ‘Do not climb on the walls’ [Lindsifarne] [Thornton Abbey] [Bury St Edmunds] [Kirkham] [Pickering] [Hadleigh]
- ‘ … at their own risk’ [Saxtead]
- ‘Mind your head’ [Brougham]
For guidebooks to Yarmouth Castle see here.