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We look back at the Free Press in the final year of The Great War - 1918 Pinchbeck Mills were to be restarted it was ...
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Memories from David Gray Facebook page.The Mill at Gosberton Risegate, Dobney's Mill. now Healy & Dobney's transport yard.
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Published by E.R. Swain of Holbeach, a lovely postcard of Gedney Dyke Mill. Sent in 1906 by Mr. J.W. Munson of the Mill House, to Mr. Cott, wheelwright, Kirton.
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Published by E.R. Swain of Holbeach, a lovely postcard of Gedney Dyke Mill. Sent in 1906 by Mr. J.W. Munson of the Mill House, to Mr. Cott, wheelwright, Kirton. Posted from O ...
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Kieth Seaton thought of the day. ...
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Conditions of contract Locks Mill PS 1938 pt 1
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Newbon’s Mill, Cowbit 30th June 1933 Erected in 1798 as a short, well ‘battered’ mill, this tower mill was later raised by another floor, resulting in a rather pleasing concave tower which su ...
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The photograph was taken about 1905. it was owned by James Sellers, a branch of the Grayston family. The photograph shows the Rev Wayett in the middle of the photo.
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