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E M Gardner Collection Gardner, E M (d 1959) Waterwheels Image Unknown
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St Mary's Mill, Chalford

The twentieth photograph is the ninth image of this Sub - Series featuring St Mary's Mill situated in the Gloucestershire village of Chalford four miles outside Stroud.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Unidentified Mill, Wales

The first item is a photograph featuring the so called "Little Mill" of a Welsh farmyard; the location of which is unidentified. Gardner has written a handwritten note on the back of the photograph which reads " a private water wheel in a Welsh farm yard - at work until a year ago when its water trough was destroyed in a storm." The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Unidentified Mill in Merionethshire

The one hundred and twenty first item is a photograph of a mill in the historic county of Merionethshire (modern day Gwynedd); the precise location of which and name are unidentified. The item is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Hazeland Mill, Bremhill

The seventh photograph is of Hazeland mill. The watermill found in the village of Bremhill is situated near the town of Calne in Wiltshire. The image is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Barnes Mill

The tenth item is a photograph of the watermill of the village of Barnes situated near the town of Chelmsford. The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Barnes Mill

The twelfth item is the third photograph of the watermill of the village of Barnes situated near the town of Chelmsford. The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Unidentified Mill

The eighty fifth image is a large photographic print of the old discarded water wheels of an unidentified mill. There is no recorded date of production. The photographer is recorded as "K. Wilson". Owing to their relative size, the large photographic prints have been placed in a separate folder entitled "E. M. Gardner : EMGC-04-18 - Large Photographic Prints."

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Bishopstone Watermill

The sixth photograph is of the watermill in the village of Bishopstone. The village is situated in the Swindon unitary authority of Wiltshire. There is no recorded date of production.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Barnes Mill

The eleventh item is the second photograph of the watermill of the village of Barnes situated near the town of Chelmsford. The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Barnes Mill

The thirteenth item is the fourth photograph of the watermill of the village of Barnes situated near the town of Chelmsford. The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

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 Bosavern Cot mill and Lower Bosavern Cot mill . It is not clear whether or not the mill featured in this picture is the Upper or Lower one. For this reason, both the names of "Upper Bosavern Cot" and "Lower Bosavern Cot" have been added as Access points. The image is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Unidentified Mill in Merionethshire

Like the preceding photograph, the one hundred and twenty second item is a photograph of a mill in the historic county of Merionethshire (modern day Gwynedd); the precise location of which and name are unidentified. Once again, the item is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Water Wheel of Unidentified Mill

The eighty seventh image is a large photographic print of the old water wheel of an unidentified watermill. There is no recorded date of production. The photographer is recorded as "K. Wilson". Owing to their relative size, the large photographic prints have been placed in a separate folder entitled "E. M. Gardner : EMGC-04-18 - Large Photographic Prints."

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Burcombe Mill

The eighth photograph is of Burcombe mill in the Wiltshire village of South Newton.The watermill is on the river Nadder. The photograph features the pit wheel of Burcombe mill.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Water Wheel of Unidentified Mill

The final image of this Sub - Series is a large photographic print of the old water wheel and ruins pertaining to an unidentified watermill. There is no recorded date of production. The photographer is recorded as "K. Wilson". Owing to their relative size, the large photographic prints have been placed in a separate folder entitled "E. M. Gardner : EMGC-04-18 - Large Photographic Prints."

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Unidentified Mill

The eleventh item is an illustration of the water wheel of a watermill. The watermill is unidentified. The date in which this drawing was produced is not recorded.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Wheel axle, Arcen mills

The sixteenth item is a photograph featuring a wheel axle of one of the watermills in the Dutch village of Arcen. The village of Arcen is situated in the province of Limburg in the south east of the Netherlands. The river Maas intersects through the middle of the village. The specific mill is not identified. There are a number of watermills in the village of Arcen and it is not possible to identify which one this is. For this reason, the Access point selected for this mill is "Unidentified mill". The photograph is undated.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Farm Mill near Dyffryn

The eleventh photograph features a watermill referred to by Gardner in this instance as "Farm Mill Near Harlech." However, this is clearly the same watermill as featured in the twelfth photograph of this Sub - Series which is described by Gardner as "Farm Mill Near Dyffryn, Merioneth". Of course, there are a number of places in Wales called Dyffryn. The Dyffryn in question appears to be Dyffryn Ardudwy of the ancient county of Gwynedd which is not only situated near Harlech but also relatively close to the Gwynedd and Merionethshire border.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

Barcombe Mill

The second photograph of this Sub - Series is one of five photographic prints of Barcombe mill. Barcombe is a village in east Sussex. The image was produced in August 1955.

Gardner, E M (d 1959)

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