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Old Dock Mill (Society Mill), Portsmouth

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
This print shows the Society Mill, also known as Old Dock Mill, Portsmouth. This was built in 1798 and demolished in 1867. In 1816 the Dock Mill was built to replace it while the structure remained. The old mill was topped by a 20 foot statue of the goddess Ceres and this may be seen in the picture.

Exterior from yard

HESS catalogue #2157. "Known locally as Ellis's Mill, it is of comparatively modern construction and the machinery is driven by turbine." This is obviously the "New Mill" but whether it is "Upper" or "Lower" I can't say - TKG.

Simmons, Herbert Edward Sydney (1901-1973)


This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1939 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.

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