Rash's Mill, Wortham



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Wortham Mills, Victoria Mills and Robinson's Mill

The first three cuttings are from an article on Mr J J Rash's Wortham Mills, starting with a photo of the mill, followed by a frontispiece on the new roller milling technology Mr Rash had installed in the mill in 1893, by Messrs E R and F Turner. The last two cuttings are pictures of Victoria Mills in Ashford and Robinson's Mill in Deptford.


Rash's Mill, Wortham, Suffolk

Note on reverse reads, "letter in Mr Strain's rooms" and attached to the back is the following: "Recently WORTHAM Smock-Mill, Suffolk was demolished and in the picture workmen are removing the smock-boards off the body of the mill, while another stands on the curb upon which the cap rotates when the wind strikes the fantail on right of picture. The valuable timber was sold in lots recently. Photo: C. Elliott, Beccles".

Elliott, C, photographer


Deptford Tide Mill; Holton; Stanton; Wenhaston; Sweffling; Westhall; Peasenhall; Tunstall; Halesworth; Yorkshire Brickyard Pump; Stradbroke; Long Green; Earl Soham; Saxtead Green; Pettaugh; Stanton; Friston; Parham Mill Green; "On the dunes nr Walberswick"; St Michael; copies of E M Gardner horse engine photograph; Holywell Mill, Oxford; millstone works near Domme, France, Aparil 1926; Ings Bobbin Mill, Staveley, 1926 (Mitford Abraham photograph); Malt Mill and Saw Mill, Greenodd, N Lancashire, 1926 (Mitford Abraham); Viver Mill, Hincaster, Cumbria (E M Gardner photograph); Skelwith Bridge Saw Mill, Cumbria (E M Gardner photograph); Wrawby, Lincs (Martin Watts photograph).

"Suffolk Windmills"

Letter to the Editor of the'East Anglian Daily Times' from Stanley Freese approving the decision of East Suffolk CC to preserve Saxtead Green post mill, which he considered one of the most pleasantly situated mills in England. And if Wortham Mill cannot be saved too, might West Suffolk CC be pursuaded to preserve Drinkstone Mill ?

"Historic mill topples over"

Illustrated piece in 'The Daily Telegraph' on how, following the decision by East Suffolk CC's Planning Committee to revoke preservation work, the mill has now fallen onto its side.

"Old mill to go"

Note in the 'Evening Standard' about East Suffolk CC revoking their ban on the demolition of Wortham Smock Mill.

"Windmill repairs"

Letter to the Editor of the 'Eastern Daily Press' from Mr W. L. Duffield , of Long Stratton, commenting favourably on the decision by East Suffolk Planning Committeee's decision not to preserve Wortham Smock Mill, seeing that there are better specimens around.

"Wortham Smock Mill"

Article in the 'East Anglian Daily Times' about the discussions in the East Suffolk County Planning Committee on whether to spend money preserving Wortham Smock Mill.

"The last smock mill saved"

Note in the 'Evening Standard' about East Suffolk County Council's decision to buy Wortham Smock Mill and preserve it. [The cutting gives a WRONG definition of what a smock mill is !]

"Suffolk Windmills"

Cutting [ presumably from the 'East Anglian Daily Press' as it was stuck to the same Durrant's slip as our CUTT-02757 ] with a letter from Stanley Freese on the subject of preserving examples of Suffolk's rich windmill heritage.

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