Some articles on built, mill, mill built, mills:
... Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served (Years) Adshead's 53°29′01″N 2°03′33″W / 53.4836°N 2.0592°W / 53.4836 -2.0592 ("Adshead's ") Notes A ... / 53.4840°N 2.0497°W / 53.4840 -2.0497 ("Albion ") Notes James Bayley built the four storey mill and six storey mill in 1824 and 1825 ... A third four storey mill built just after 1845 connected them ...
... It consists of three arches, two triangular ones built in the fourteenth century, and a central circular arch built when the bridge was altered in the fifteenth century ... There are nine drainage mills situated along the banks of the river ... Brograve Mill on the Waxham New Cut is an early nineteenth century, three-storey brick mill, which is derelict but retained parts of its sails and most of its ...
... did a good business designing and promoting steam mills to small seaport towns which did not have any experience with mills and needed his expertise to advise on which equipment to buy and how to ... James promoted steam mills in seaports that has seen a great reduction in business because of the centralization of trade in bigger ports such as Boston due to the ... coal and cotton supplies directly from the ships and export their steam mill products directly by ship again ...
... Ringle Crouch Green Mill was built in 1844 by William Warren, the Hawkhurst millwright to replace a post mill which had stood at Boxhurst Farm that was blown down in ... It was the only corn mill built in Kent with five sails ... The mill was built for James Collins, who ran the mill until his death ...
Famous quotes containing the words built and/or mill:
“Here was a place where nothing was crystallized. There were no traditions, no customs, no college songs .... There were no rules and regulations. All would have to be thought of, planned, built up, createdwhat a magnificent opportunity!”
—Mabel Smith Douglass (18771933)
“First a shiver, and then a thrill,
Then something decidedly like a spill,
And the parson was sitting up on a rock,
At half-past nine by the meetn-house clock,
Just the hour of the Earthquake shock!
MWhat do you think the parson found,
When he got up and stared around?
The poor old chaise in a heap or mound,
As if it had been to the mill and ground!”
—Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr. (18091894)