Part of the Rex Wailes collection. On reverse:- 'Post Mill at Gedding near Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. A small mill in good repair; both round house and mill are electrically lighted from plant in steam mill (to the left). The extensions on the sweeps are Catchpool's patent regulator; a very ingenious device, but ineffective and now disused. Signed K.J.T. 1925'
Part of the Rex Wailes collection. On reverse: 'Old Post Mill on the Chiltern Hills at Stokenchurch, Oxon. Very old mill, built about 1680, all wooden gears, the teeth of main drive being cherry. Two pairs of stones, under driven. The mill is working. Signed K.J.T 1925'
Part of the Rex Wailes collection. On reverse:- After standing idle for several years, this mill has been fitted with a new set of sweeps, and thoroughly overhauled. She is now in full work. The photograph well shews the Suffolk plan of attaching the fantail gear direct to the ladder, thus dispensing with the tail tree. Signed K.J.T. 1925
Part of the Rex Wailes collection. Image of the mill shattered by lightning in 1879. Built by Isaac Taylor in 1787. Annotated on reverse:- Photographed from copy in the F.J.Brand collection in Ilford Central Library by permission of the Ilford Libraries Committee.