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View of Gedney Hill Mill, an early 19th century tower mill and a house with a bricked up window and door, seen from beside the muddy wheels of a Fordson tractor. Dated 1950' Source David Gray ...
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Now this is the earliest photo of Spalding's Market Place that I have come across. Prior to building the Corn Exchange (now the site of the South Holland Centre), the commissioners who came into of ...
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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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L to R. Mr Paul,Maurice Mud,Joseph Burwell,Mr Mud young Maurices dad. Maurice was killed on a boat sailing from Fosdyke to Hull in WW 2. The thing that interested me about this photograph was it i ...
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This is an interesting addition to our collection. The map shows the British Sugar Factory in Spalding and it's surrounds. I think this will stir lots of memories so looking forward to lots of comment ...
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Representatives of Spalding and Bourne Urban and East Elloe Rural Councils and officials who inspected the Spalding Waterworks at Bourne. i believe Spalding got a fair percentage of our water from thi ...
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This is an extract from Spalding History by G C H Smith dated 1966.
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The Pinchbeck Engine was built in 1833. It was a Steam Beam Engine and Scoop Wheel. Click on picture to enlarge. ...
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