Corn Mill

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Waterside, East Dunbartonshire - History
... of the Luggie river, and its picturesque mills on the south bank ... In between lay a well-built mill dam ... Many of the former weavers' cottages survive but the mills have long since been demolished ...
Newmills Corn And Flax Mills - Corn Mill
... The corn mill handled mainly oats as well as barley and maize all of which were grown locally ... The mill is a three-storey building and all the apparatus of the mill, stone, sieves, bucket elevators, fans and a sack hoist are powered by a 7.63 metre (25 ft) waterwheel manufactured by J.Stevenson's Strabane ... eight horsepower which was transferred from the waterwheel to the mill apparatus by means of gearing and belting ...
List Of Horse Mills - England
... County Location Notes Bedfordshire Eversholt A horse engine, now preserved at Billing Mill, Northamptonshire ... Woburn A horse-driven corn mill ... Berkshire Woolley Park A horse-driven corn mill ...
Sence - Water Mills
... power and fishing in the 19th and 20th centuries, when there were at least eight water-driven corn mills on the Sence, which has an average gradient of about 1200 ... Perhaps in earlier times, there was a mill at the moated site at Old Hall Farm and Brook Farm, Bardon ... Early in the 19th century, the formerly moated site of Mythe Hall had a mill fed by water from the Sence and discharging into the Anker ...
Stour Watermills - Great Stour - Chartham Corn Mill
... / 51.259°N 1.004°E / 51.259 1.004 (Chartham Corn Mill) The building of this corn mill at Chartham survives converted to residential use and devoid of machinery ...

Famous quotes containing the words mill and/or corn:

    The despotism of custom is everywhere the standing hindrance to human advancement.
    —John Stuart Mill (1806–1873)

    The corn is as high as an elephant’s eye,
    And it looks like it’s climbin’ clear up to the sky.
    Oscar Hammerstein II (1895–1960)