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"Wind blows sail from mill"

Cutting from 'The Star' describing the damage done to a windmill in Terling by a storm, in which a sail was blown off. The article also mentions L. Bonner as the miller's son, and that the mill was used in the Will Hay film 'Oh...

Sail details & ladder, Mountnessing

3 Images corresponding to (from L-R) REXW-ESS-57-20, REXW-ESS-57-19 & REXW-ESS-57-22; Each image is labelled on the reverse: [REXW-ESS-57-20] "Mountnessing, Essex, showing tension strap Apr 35" [REXW-ESS-57-19] "Mountnessing Ess...

Wailes, Reginald (1901-1986), engineer, known as Rex

New sails being built on-site

Charlie Ball (left) and his son (second left) from the millwright firm of Christy and Norris are making a new stock and sails in the grounds of the Mill. On the right is Fell Christy (aged 25), the son of the owner of Christy and Norris, in his fi...

Smock mill, Upminster, with fantail

Showing the distinctive window arrangement on the front of the mill, which faces South. In this image the sails are pointing NW (information from Cliff Featherston, September 2014).

Cross, Henry Charles (1910-1985), miller

"Stansted Mountfitchet Windmill"

"Weatherbeam and cap circle: present distortion" drawing;"Re-aligning weatherbeam and cap circle: 'A' frame arrangement" drawing;"Stone floor main beams: props, Dust floor main beams: end cleat" drawing and ...

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