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Description: Isis Oil Mill Silo
Date Listed: 21 January 1994
English Heritage Building ID: 387684
OS Grid Reference: TA1021631031
OS Grid Coordinates: 510216, 431031
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7640, -0.3295
KINGSTON UPON HULL
TA13SW MORLEY STREET
680-1/5/403 (North side)
Isis Oil Mill silo
Oil mill silo. 1912. By Gelder & Kitchen of Hull. For Wray,
Sanderson & Co. Reinforced concrete structure with brick
cladding and concrete and faience dressings. Steel framed roof
with glazed clerestorey and ventilators, behind parapet.
Square tower, 4 stages, 6x6 bays, with shallow buttresses
rising the full height. Corner buttresses topped with
pedimented niches and domes. On one corner, a square brick
pedestal carrying the water tank. The top stage has 6 windows
on 3 sides, and the name of the mill worked in white tile on
the other. The interior is divided into square storage bins
with concrete floors on cast-iron columns. This is the
earliest surviving oil mill silo in Hull, and marks a radical
change in buildings associated with the oilseed industry.
Listing NGR: TA1021631031
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Source: English Heritage
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