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Alcester. Delivering flour by horse and wagon

One of J L Sisam's teams from Arrow Mill, Alcester, delivering flour to a bakery. This wagon carried 5 tons. George Clark, coach-builder of Arrow, maintained four of these wagons and Ged Clark used it ...

Alcester. Hoo Mill

Hoo Mill, Alcester. A man is standing on a rustic footbridge in front of the mill. 1930s [The man's name is Albert Stewart who lived at the mill at the time]

Alcester. Hoo Mill

View from the front of Hoo Mill, near Alcester. 1930s

Alcester. Hoo Mill

Hoo Mill beside the River Alne, Alcester. 1930s

Alveston. Old Mill

The Old Mill at Alveston. 1910s

Arbury. Old Mill

The Old Mill at Arbury. 1900s

Atherstone. Alders Mill

View of the outbuildings at Alders Mill, showing the overall dilapidated condition of the roofs and brickwork. 1950s

Atherstone. Alders Mill

Alders Mill at Atherstone, showing the dilapidated state of the building, although the left hand side is still inhabited. 1950s

Atherstone. Alders Mill

The front of Alders Mill at Atherstone taken from Fieldon Bridge where the pool water flows into the River Anke. The disused mill is on the left; cottage no.2, had windows in the rear wall, and No. ...

Atherstone. Alders Mill

The rear of Alders Mill, on the 2nd July 1958. Later that day the flood water reached a height of 18 inches in the living room of No. 1 cottage.

Barcheston. Mill and weir

Barcheston Mill and weir with wooden footbridge. 1930s

Barford. Mill on the Avon

Barford corn mill on the River Avon. 1900s

Baxterley. Windmill

Baxterley Windmill in the 1900s. Built 'J.B.' in 1793 on Baxterley Common. Ceased by late 1880s. Demolished c.1969. Main post used for reconstruction of the Danzey Green Mill, [Tanworth] at Avoncroft ...

Bidford on Avon. Broom Mill

Broom Mill, Bidford on Avon. 1910

Brownsover Mill.

Brownsover Mill, which stood on the River Avon was thought to be between 150 and 200 years old. It was burned down on January 22nd, 1956. The nearby reservoir was made in 1902 by enlarging the original ...

Brownsover Mill.

Brownsover Mill, destroyed by fire in 1956. The first recorded miller was Robert Watson who was at the mill from the 1820's until about 1860. He was followed by J. Denny in 1860 and J. Ivens in 1864. ...

Bubbenhall Mill.

Bubbenhall corn mill. 1960s

Burton Dassett. Windmill

Windmill at Burton Dassett, showing the canvas sails. 1890s Mill built here 1664, possibly this one. Ceased work c.1912. Restored by Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings (S.P.A.B.) with ...