Elmer's Mill, Woolpit

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Elmer’s Mill, Woolpit

Photograph from a box of Hallam Ashley prints labelled 'Assorted UK windmill photos - not Norfolk'. Most have no additional information. See Archive reference DUNN-01-18-61. Painters on the side of the buck and on a sail at the front.

Ashley, Hallam (1900-1987), photographer

Woolpit Post mill, Suffolk

Page n. 32. The photograph shows an outside view of the mill. Is possible see the big sails and the fantail.

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

"Meeting of the Suffolk Preservation Society"

Cutting from the 'Bury Free Press' reporting the latest meeting of the S.P.S., at which 32 items were on the agenda. Progress on a survey of Suffolk's mills was noted, along with a report by Mr Rex Wailes on his visits to 72 of them in West Suffolk. Tree felling at Woolpit was deprecated, and the rebuilding of Brandon Bridge should only be done once the plans had been approved by the Fine Arts Committee.

"Suffolk Windmills"

Note in the 'Suffolk and Essex Free Press' reporting a talk to the Ipswich Rotarians by Mr Norman Collinson in which he listed those of Suffolk's windmills which were still working, like those at Drinkstone, Pakenham and Woolpit.

"Lost Windmills"

Note in the 'East Anglian Daily Times, triggered by the recent destruction of Woolpit windmill, recalling other recent losses.

"East Anglian Miscellany"

Article in the 'East Anglian Daily Times noting the presence of a post mill on an early map of Elmswell, now in Ipswich Public Record Office and probably dating from the 15th century.

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