Smock mill, New Romney

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New Romney

This image is undated; however it cannot be later than 1904 as this copy of the postcard bears a postmark of that date.

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Romney Windmill, Kent

Black and white photograph of a postcard, showing Romney Windmill, Kent."FigÂ…Romney smock mill, Kent [postcard (part), George V 1.2d, postmark illegible]".

Buckland, John Stephen Percy (1935-2006), mill researcher

Smock mill, New Romney

Drove 3 pairs of stonesover head gear. flour machine driven by quant and bevel wheels, with final drive to machine spindle by belt. typical East kent mill. pulled down about 1914

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

Smock mill, New Romney, with a house to the right

The mill is on a mound with a house to the right and a Lamp Post on the corner of the road leading to the mill. There are also a Lady, three men and a dog on the road leading to the mill.The Post Card is addressed to Mr William Hicks, Charing He...

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Smock mill, New Romney

View of mill from a field below the mound on which the mill is built. Showing chickens in the field and a couple of men on the mound, next to the door leading into the mill.

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Quotation from extract mentioning New Romney Mill

Pocket No. 28 of Album No. 2. An extract taken from 'An old gate of England, by A.G. Bradley and R. Scott' - p.314. It describes how the Old Mill stikes a very effective note as one enters the town of New Romney. Quotation is from 1917. ...

Short, Michael

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