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Lake at rear once fed Pelton Wheel - Although can't find any records of it. Valve gear still present.
Dean Marsh, 12 November 2015
2 cranes were installed on the canal, one in 1858 and the other in 1863. The cranes were manufactured by Bray Waddington & Co, New Dock Works, Hunslet, Leeds.
Mike Kirby, 11 November 2015
The boundary walls of this property are of rubble stone construction . The principal gateway is of worked panelled granite with high capped gate piers . The original iron and timber gate has been removed in the last 20 years, Gateway onto Cross street has cobbled surface which is typical of the [...]
James Buchanan, 9 November 2015
You should lodge a complaint with your council, and they will adjudicate.
Jerry, 8 November 2015
James and Martha Moss (4x great grandparents) moved to the Mill Cottage in the first decade of the 1800s. They're descendants continued to run the mill for just over 100 years.
Sarah Bartlett, 7 November 2015
The warehouse was built in 1872 and originally used as a barley store and malthouse. It was acquired by Newark Egg Packers Ltd in 1932, and was later rented out to Weston Mill Pottery, but has been vacant since 2007. In 2013, the building was converted into flats and office units, [...]
Mike Kirby, 7 November 2015
I am deeply saddened by the new windows on the front of the Honywood (please note correct spelling!) School. I live very near and did not see any listed building planning applications displayed.
gillian chaplin, 4 November 2015
My 4 x Great Grandfather Rev Robert Laing lived in this residence in 1793 and his son Rev Benjamin Laing was born here in July 1793.
Keren Beasley, 1 November 2015
such a beautiful cottage, have been holidaying here for around 37 years, would love to return, miss it so much
Terry Willett, 21 October 2015
My great-grandfather owned Camrose Mill up to 1975 when he died aged 86 afterwards it was sold. He was a blacksmith and used the long barns or forge to shoe horses.
janet phillips, 20 October 2015
I have more old photos of Romely Hall Farm if you are interested, for your information I lived there as a child with my two brother and sister and of course my parents.
Patricia Walker , 18 October 2015
, 18 October 2015