- UF Water mills
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- 2020 (copy of photo from c 1890)
Part of Small Donations
Bramford Mill c 1890 - believed to be of Charles Ebenezer Hitchcock, the Miller. His father, Ebenezer, ran the mill from the 1850s but died in 1865. It was then run by Henry Wallis and Richard Blake. Charles had taken it on by 1881 - he in turn had left the village by 1901. The top three floors of the mill were destroyed by fire in 1917.
- Late 20th century
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).