Victoria Mills, Ashford



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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.


H S Pledge and Sons, Advertisement

This advertisement seems to amalgamate two separate mills. The building on the left appears to show Victoria Mill, a roller mill on Victoria Road, Ashford. The building on the right is East Hill Mill, a watermill found on East Hill Road. The two mills are quite far apart, and not next to each other as shown in this advertisement.

H S Pledge & Sons

Pledges' Victoria Flour Mills at Ashford, built 1890. The Miller, February 1891, p. 477.

2 negatives containing an image of the page of The Miller, the other negative, showing the same page can be seen in GJON-IMG-24A. The three photographs are all of the picture of the Mill seen in these negatives, enlarged to encompass the entire photo. One photograph is affixed to a piece of paper with "Pledges' Victoria Flour Mills at Ashford, built 1890. The Miller, February 1891, p. 477." written on it. This can be seen in GJON-IMG-24B. Another has "Messrs. H.S. Pledge and Sons' new roller flour mill, Ashford, Kent." seen in GJON-IMG-24C, and finally GJON-IMG-24D shows just an enlarged version of the picture of the mill.

The Miller

Rambling Recollections of a Country Miller

Recollections of Kent Miller Philip Hancock, proof-read by Mick Fuller who had interviewed Mr Hancock several times in the course of his research on the watermills of Kent. See also related items 22973 and 22975.

Hancock, Philip (d c1988), miller