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Documents relating to Froyle Mill, Hampshire

Contains notes; correspondence between Niall Roberts and Desmond Taylor; two copies the Hampshire Mills Group Newsletter No's 20 and 21; photocopies of a newspaper article about the sale of Froyle Mill, dated 30 May 1963; two technical drawin...

"Sheffield, Abbeydale, Pen trough and waterwheels"

View of a waterwheel at the Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet - an industrial museum in Sheffield. The museum consists of a number of dwellings and workshops that were formerly the Abbeydale Works—a scythe-making plant that was in operation until the 1...

"Coalbrookdale - Waterwheel pit"

Coalbrookdale, a village in the Iron bridge Gorge, Shropshire, was where iron ore was first smelted by Abraham Darby and known as 'the cradle of the Industrial Revolution'. It now contains the Ironbridge Gorge Museums.

"Churchill, Baches Forge"

Dating from the 13th century Churchill Forge Mill is one of the last water powered forge mills remaining intact in the UK. The site is partly restored to working condition. The Bache family developed the mill in the 19th century and still own t...

"Redditch Forge Mill - Waterwheel"

The Forge Mill at Redditch in Worcestershire was built to serve the needs of the Cistercian monks of nearby Bordesley Abbey. Now a Museum. Known for manufacture of needles, fish hooks and other products.

Pit wheel and shaft Bosavern Mill

The eighth item of this Sub - Series features the water wheel of one of the so called "Bosavern" mills of the Cornish town of St Just. The town is in the Penwith district of Cornwall. There were two watermills in St Just namely Upper Bo...

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

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