Melin y Gof, Trearddur Bay, Trearddur

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Melin y Gof, Trearddur Bay, Trearddur

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Melin y Gof, Trearddur Bay, Trearddur

  • UF Stanley Mill

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Stanley Mill, Trearddur Bay

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.The view show sails in working order with two visitors.
Noted on reverse 'Copy of undated photograph loaned by Capt Parry Jones(?)'.
Cap and sails destroyed in a storm in 1938. Grade II listed.

Unknown photographer

Stanley Mill, Trearddur Bay

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
Noted on reverse 'Copy of photograph taken about 1906-1914'.
Cap and sails destroyed in a storm in 1938. Grade II listed.

Unknown photographer

Stanley Mill, Trearddur Bay

Part of the Rex Wailes collection.
Noted on reverse 'Copy of Judge's Postcard'.
Cap and sails destroyed in a storm in 1938. Grade II listed.

Judges Ltd, postcard publishers

"Weeton Mill - Effort to Restore and Preserve"

Cutting from "Blackpool Times". The Ancient Monuments Society come to the rescue by taking an interest in preserving the old mills of the Fylde. An authority on mills said "it seemed a pity that not one windmill was to be seen at work in the Fylde". Lancashire had a chance to see at least one windmill remained.

"Weeton's Old Windmill - Preservation Plea to Public"

Cutting from "Northern Daily Telegraph". A plea for public support to preserve the old windmill at Weeton has been made to the Lancashire branch of the Ancient Monuments Society. Rex Wailes gave a talk about the need to preserve the old windmills of the Fylde area. He discusssed the history and development of windmills since their introduction following the Crusades.

"To Save Fylde Landmark - Weeton's Old Windmill"

Cutting from "Northern Daily Telegraph". The article makes a plea for the preservation of Weeton Windmill. The Lancashire branch of the Ancient Monuments Society expressed support for preservation. Notable figures were present at the meeting included Mr Allen Clark, James Crompton, Rex Wailes, Mr. J Swarbrick.

"Lancashire's Old Mills - Plea for Preservation"

Cutting from "Liverpool Post and Mercury" reporting an annual meeting of the Ancient Monuments Society held at Weeton aiming to get support for the preservation of Weeton Mill. Rex Wailes claimed Weeton Mill was an example of a tower mill which featured the 'automatic fantail'.

"Disappearing Windmills"

Cutting from Manchester Evening News describing the disappearance of windmills from Anglesey, and that Stanley Mill (Melin y Gof) is the only one still working.

Stanley Mill, Trearddur Bay

This is presumably the photo sent by Lewis and Jones, mentioned in the 'correspondents' section of the survey form (see SPAB-BAS-008 for their letter to the SPAB).

Lewis and Jones Ltd

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