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Small smock mill at Stanton, Suffolk

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
On reverse:- 'A squat little mill, but powerful, running three pairs of stones'
A K.J.T. photograph 1925

A pencilled note signed RW suggests this is a wrong attribution.
It is similar to REXW-IMG-01-218 Pakenham, Norfolk.

Unknown

"Ducklande Mill"

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
Dated 1953 on reverse. Annotated 'From"Courier Press" Leamington Spa'.

Unknown

"Bromborough, Wirral"

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
Shows a tower windmill and a steam mill below it in the valley.

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

"The Port of Wisbech Cambridgeshire"

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
A view of the port of Wisbech showing ships in a wide canal, two post mills and one tower mill. Drawn by J.P.Hunter. Published by J.P.Hunter,Wisbech, February 1840. Sent as a calendar to Enid and Rex Wailes, Christmas 1947.

Hunter, J P

Mills in the Forest

Drawn by Mrs W. Enfield. Lithographed by Hillmondel and Walton in 1854. Said to have been published in aid of Midland Blind Institution. original 18" x 13-3/4"

Brake Wheel, unidentified mill

While this negative was in the 'Upminster' envelope, the mill is not Upminster. Paul Kemp of the Friends of Upminster Windmill identified it as South Ockendon smock mill; however it does not resemble the windshaft from South Ockenden now at Ockley.

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