EPW010585 ENGLAND (1924). Mills in the Bridge Street area, Banbury, 1924

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Title [EPW010585] Mills in the Bridge Street area, Banbury, 1924
Reference EPW010585
Date May-1924
Link
Place name BANBURY
Parish BANBURY
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 445882, 240752
Longitude / Latitude -1.3306532858914, 52.06282399998
National Grid Reference SP459408

Pins

Tooley’s Boatyard, situated in the heart of Banbury on the South Oxford Canal, is the oldest working dry dock on the Inland Waterways, having been in continuous use since 1790.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:10:42 AM
The Mill Arts Centre next to Banbury Lock.

Carl R
Thursday 24th of July 2014 11:04:07 AM
This was Banbury Mill, a flour mill run by Edmunds and Kench Ltd. They purchased the mill in 1884. It was extended over time and had a 5-sack per hour roller plant. In 1954 it was sold to E J Coombe of Thorverton, Devon. This company ran a roller flour mill on the river Exe and had merged with Hamlin and Son, who had another set of roller mills, upstream at Tiverton. [Sources include Banbury Guardian 5-8-1954 p 5]

MB
Thursday 22nd of September 2016 08:08:05 PM