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East Knoyle Mill, East Knoyle – The Mills Archive

East Knoyle tower mill in Wiltshire was originally built in the mid 1700s using local Shaftesbury Green stone and rubble. It has a battered tower, built on a circular

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Aberdeenshire HER - NO76SW0046 - MILL OF MORPHIE

The mill is a small 1-storey and attic rubble building on an L-plan with a corrugated roof. At a lower level, are a complete shrouded paddlewheel, all wooden except for the axle, driving a sawbench, and the much decayed remains of two others. The house is late 18th century, 2-storey, 2-window, of rubble with stone-slated roof and moulded skew ends.

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Sally Corn Mill (former), New Street (off), RATHANGAN ...

2002-6-12  Appraisal. Sally Corn Mill (former) is a large rubble stone complex of much character that is of considerable social and historical interest, representing the early industrialisation of Rathangan following the establishment of the Grand Canal in the

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Aberdeenshire HER - NJ84NE0013 - MILL OF AUCHREDDIE

Mill built in the mid 19th century. A 2-storey rubble building on an L-plan with an 8-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel driving two pairs of stone. The kiln vent is of the Aberdeenshire type with a pig wind vane. The mill is marked as a corn mill on both the 1st and 2nd edition OS maps. The mill lade, sluice, pond and mill dam shown on the OS ...

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Wiltshire Council - Wiltshire Community History Get ...

It is timber framed with rubble stone, red brick and a slate roof. Scott's Mill Farmhouse was part of the estates of Stanley Abbey. Before the 16th century the mill was let to H. Goldney, clothier 1526 and J Scott 1554. A mill building stood on the opposite side of Marden until it was demolished in 1987.

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FIELDSTONE :: Solstice Stone

FLINT HILLS GREY RUBBLE ASHLAR COPPER CANYON LEDGESTONE MILLWOOD RUBBLE ... KINGS MILL ASHLAR MCGREGOR LAKE ASHLAR GENEVA THIN STACK LEDGESTONE ... Stone color may vary slightly based on your viewing method (computer monitors/displays, televisions, tablets, smartphones, etc.) including variables such as reflections and lighting. ...

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Musconetcong River Conservation - Restoring the Asbury ...

2020-12-17  The 1867 Asbury Mill is an iconic, five story stone Mill located on the Musconetcong River in Franklin Township, 4 miles from Interstate 78. It is built on the foundation of an earlier mill structure that dated back to the European settlement of Western New Jersey in the 18th century, around 1780.

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The 30 Essex structures which Historic England say are at ...

2021-11-14  Stone rubble with brick west tower of 1758, the upper two stages of which have rusticated quoins. Why is it at risk? Nave and chancel roofs in need of very urgent repair. The congregation launched a major regeneration project in 2019 to address repairs and greater use Spring Valley Mill, Ardleigh. What is it?

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Big Horn Ashlar Style Real Stone Veneer - Quarry Mill

2021-3-12  Big Horn is an ashlar style real stone veneer in grey and natural tones. The stone is set apart by its depth of color with multiple colors within the individual pieces. The natural depth of color is so incredible and pronounced some of the pieces almost appear as if they had paint splattered on them. From a distance Big Horn will have a neutral ...

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CONSTRUCTION CROSS-SECTION DRAWINGS AND

2021-5-24  from top of subgrade. drain to catch basins. 3. do not use drain holes to subgrade when water table is less than 2' (0.6 m) concrete beams at ends of

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Aberdeenshire HER - NO76SW0046 - MILL OF MORPHIE

The mill is a small 1-storey and attic rubble building on an L-plan with a corrugated roof. At a lower level, are a complete shrouded paddlewheel, all wooden except for the axle, driving a sawbench, and the much decayed remains of two others. The house is late 18th century, 2-storey, 2-window, of rubble with stone-slated roof and moulded skew ends.

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Sally Corn Mill (former), New Street (off), RATHANGAN ...

2002-6-12  Appraisal. Sally Corn Mill (former) is a large rubble stone complex of much character that is of considerable social and historical interest, representing the early industrialisation of Rathangan following the establishment of the Grand Canal in the

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Aberdeenshire HER - NJ84NE0013 - MILL OF AUCHREDDIE

Mill built in the mid 19th century. A 2-storey rubble building on an L-plan with an 8-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel driving two pairs of stone. The kiln vent is of the Aberdeenshire type with a pig wind vane. The mill is marked as a corn mill on both the 1st and 2nd edition OS maps. The mill lade, sluice, pond and mill dam shown on the OS ...

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BA-234 Hunter's Mill House

2016-12-19  Located southwest of the dwelling, Hunter's Mill (BA-233) was constructed in 1863 according to the date in the hay hood over the fayade. The mill stands three-and-a-half stories high on a raised random rubble stone foundation. The northwest elevation is three bays wide with a center doorway on each story. The side elevations are four bays wide.

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Central Sugar Mill Ruins Environment, land and water ...

2005-12-5  Feature 12 A section of stone mill flooring. Underground tank. Feature 13 An underground metal storage tank, recently filled with rubble. Metal tank. Feature 14 A rectangular juice tank measuring 1.17 x 2.47 metres constructed of riveted iron plates.

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FIELDSTONE :: Solstice Stone

FLINT HILLS GREY RUBBLE ASHLAR COPPER CANYON LEDGESTONE MILLWOOD RUBBLE ... KINGS MILL ASHLAR MCGREGOR LAKE ASHLAR GENEVA THIN STACK LEDGESTONE ... Stone color may vary slightly based on your viewing method (computer monitors/displays, televisions, tablets, smartphones, etc.) including variables such as reflections and lighting. ...

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Wiltshire Council - Wiltshire Community History Get ...

It is timber framed with rubble stone, red brick and a slate roof. Scott's Mill Farmhouse was part of the estates of Stanley Abbey. Before the 16th century the mill was let to H. Goldney, clothier 1526 and J Scott 1554. A mill building stood on the opposite side of Marden until it was demolished in 1987.

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Stone Products • D.A. Collins Companies®

STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL. Our stone quarries are conveniently located in Warren, Washington, Clinton, Essex, and Saratoga counties. Our team maintains site safety and quality materials through complex, innovative systems. The stone and sand produced at these locations are the cornerstone to our concrete, precast and asphalt products.

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Historic Construction Materials Techniques

2011-10-26  new stone edifices must have been an impressive sight. Stone was usually used for the homes of the well-off and for churches and large institutional buildings. Compared with the skill necessary to build with logs, the labour and skill required in raising a stone building were impressive. First, stones had to be quarried. Then cut and formed.

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359FP-C - Weld-on Ties - HB

359FP-C - Weld-on Ties are for use when there is a requirement for spray-on fireproofing. Exaggerated offset dimension 'L' (specify when ordering) allows for projection beyond fireproofing for visibility and accessibility to the mason

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Sally Corn Mill (former), New Street (off), RATHANGAN ...

2002-6-12  Appraisal. Sally Corn Mill (former) is a large rubble stone complex of much character that is of considerable social and historical interest, representing the early industrialisation of Rathangan following the establishment of the Grand Canal in the

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HAZELAND MILL, Bremhill - 1022431 Historic England

Details. BREMHILL HAZELAND ST 97 SE 8/52 Hazeland Mill II Mill, now house, earlier C18 and early C19, rubble stone with slate roof, hipped to west and one ridge stack towards east end. Two storeys to road, three storeys to rear. C18 section is at west end, 2-window with cyma-moulded single-light windows. South front has band, blank first floor ...

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Mill Of Benholm Canmore

2020-5-30  Mill of Benholm (disused) [NAT] OS 1:10,000 map, 1973. (Location cited as NO 807 691). Benholm Mill, 18th century, altered 1817. A small two-storey rubble building on an L plan, with an asbestos-roofed kiln. The two pairs of stones are driven by a six-spoke wood and iron overshot wheel about 2ft 6ins (0.76m) wide by 10ft (3.05m) diameter.

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BA-234 Hunter's Mill House

2016-12-19  Located southwest of the dwelling, Hunter's Mill (BA-233) was constructed in 1863 according to the date in the hay hood over the fayade. The mill stands three-and-a-half stories high on a raised random rubble stone foundation. The northwest elevation is three bays wide with a center doorway on each story. The side elevations are four bays wide.

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Central Sugar Mill Ruins Environment, land and water ...

2005-12-5  Feature 12 A section of stone mill flooring. Underground tank. Feature 13 An underground metal storage tank, recently filled with rubble. Metal tank. Feature 14 A rectangular juice tank measuring 1.17 x 2.47 metres constructed of riveted iron plates.

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Stone Products • D.A. Collins Companies®

STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL. Our stone quarries are conveniently located in Warren, Washington, Clinton, Essex, and Saratoga counties. Our team maintains site safety and quality materials through complex, innovative systems. The stone and sand produced at these locations are the cornerstone to our concrete, precast and asphalt products.

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46. Watson's Mill and Dickinson House Heritage Ottawa

2021-11-11  They constructed the Long Island Mill in 1860, a flour and grist mill rising 3 ½ storeys on the Rideau River side. The 2-storey front elevation follows a symmetrical 5-bay Georgian design. Built of locally quarried limestone, the Mill has squared,

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Sale Items Silvara Stone

Give us a call today at 931.484.6653 or email us at [email protected] to find out how much you can save. Get the same beautiful look for a fraction of the price with our 1″ Mill Ends. 1 3/4″ to 2 1/2″ thick, great for patios, walkways and wall caps. 1″ to 1 3/4″ thick,

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Historic Construction Materials Techniques

2011-10-26  new stone edifices must have been an impressive sight. Stone was usually used for the homes of the well-off and for churches and large institutional buildings. Compared with the skill necessary to build with logs, the labour and skill required in raising a stone building were impressive. First, stones had to be quarried. Then cut and formed.

More

359FP-C - Weld-on Ties - HB

359FP-C - Weld-on Ties are for use when there is a requirement for spray-on fireproofing. Exaggerated offset dimension 'L' (specify when ordering) allows for projection beyond fireproofing for visibility and accessibility to the mason

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