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Plan of property at Woodhouse Mill, 1865 Featured Print

Plan of property at Woodhouse Mill, 1865

The very substantial corn mill, called Woodhouse Mill, with the head and fall situate upon and embracing the whole of the stream of the River Rother up to Beighton Weir...The mill containing five pairs of French Stones, one pair of Grey Stones, one pair shelling stones, two Dressing machines, Corn Screens, Bean Splitting Mill, three Sack tables, with granaries and Garner Room fro 3, 000 loads of grain; a drying kiln on an improved principle, and with a commodious and well-lighted office or counting house; also a saw mill for three circular saw tables Â…The works are drive by a water wheel of 25 horse-power, and a condensing steam engine of 20-horse power, but workable and full equal to 28 horse-power, having two tubular boilers 21 x 4 feet each.Also five cottages of workmen with a garden to each, stabling for eight horses, yards, piggeries, hen house, pigeon cote, sheds, and other outbuildings.Scale 2 chains : 1 inch.Pawson and Brailsford, Lithographers, Sheffield.Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 29 May 1866

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Plan of building land near Pond Street to be sold by auction, 1860 Featured Print

Plan of building land near Pond Street to be sold by auction, 1860

Formerly the site of the Pond Tilt and Dam, containing 14, 529 square yards or thereabouts, with two dwelling houses thereon fronting to Pond Street aforesaid, in the occupation of John Senior and Joseph Holmes. The land has extensive frontage to the River Porter, from which, as also from the River Sheaf, it has the right of water, and is well adapted for the erection of manufactories, breweries, and any business requiring water; or it could be advantageously laid out in building lots for dwelling hoses. It is in a central situation, and easy approachable from the railway station and canal.Surveyor: S. F. Holmes, Sheffield.Pawson and Brailsford, Lithographers.Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: Sale Plans 10 April 1860

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w00429 Featured Print


Sheffield Flood 1864, w00429

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