EPW009978 ENGLAND (1924). The Spillers and Bakers Mill and Wharf, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1924

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Details

Title [EPW009978] The Spillers and Bakers Mill and Wharf, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1924
Reference EPW009978
Date 10-April-1924
Link
Place name NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 424917, 563614
Longitude / Latitude -1.6107663670222, 54.966451375696
National Grid Reference NZ249636

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R. Robinson & Co Ltd

MB
Sunday 4th of September 2016 09:34:15 AM

User Comment Contributions

Spillers built a large new roller flour mill on the Tyne in the 1930s; it probably replaced these buildings

MB
Sunday 4th of September 2016 09:41:05 AM
Spillers was founded by Joel Spiller in Bridgwater, Somerset in 1929. He ran a small steam-powered grain mill there in the 1830s. Bakers was a firm of Bristol flour millers. The two companies merged in the late nineteenth century. Spillers by that time had large roller flour mills at Cardiff's docks

MB
Sunday 4th of September 2016 09:37:29 AM