Dean Mill, Lower Dean

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Dean Mill, Lower Dean

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Dean Mill, Lower Dean

  • UF Hargrave Mill

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Dean Mill, Lower Dean

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"Hargrave Mill"

Note on reverse reads "Recieved 2.3.37 from: J. Chettleburgh, 7 Kenwyn Drive, Cricklewood. NW2. Hargrave Mill close to the Bedfordshire - Huntingdonshire border."

Chettleburgh, John, photographer

Dean Mill, Lower Dean

Note on reverse reads "Dean, Bedfordshire. A postmill, original 16th century one sold for 5[?l] in 1610. Rebuilt & lower portion enclosed in 1811. CLT Dalton, Dean, Nr Kimbolton, Hunts"

Dalton, C L T

Model of post mill

Model by Fred Woodbridge of Lower Dean post mill, Beds, in Luton museum with photo of mill next to it.

Gregory, Frank William (1917-1998)

Model of post mill

Model by Fred Woodbridge of Lower Dean post mill, Beds, in Luton museum with photo of mill next to it.

Gregory, Frank William (1917-1998)

"Windmill Model"

Note in the 'Evening Standard' how Mr Fred Woodbridge of Luton has presented the town's museum with a model of the former Lower Dean windmill.

"A bit of a grind ..."

Article in the 'Bedfordshire Times' about the model of the former composite post mill at Lower Dean which Mr Fred Woodbridge, of Luton, has now presented to Luton Museum.

"Windmill aids fliers"

Cutting from 'Evening Standard' describing the use of a windmill in Lower Dean as a landmark for pilots. The article mentions the mill's ownership by Mr. Albert Summerly and his wife, and also provides a brief history of the mill.

"Another windmill goes"

Cutting from 'The Star' describing the damage to a windmill in Lower Dean by high winds. The article also gives a brief history of the mill, and mentions its use as a landmark for pilots.

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