Pan House/ Machine Wing, ground floor. Interior. View from north west. View of pan mill no. 1 bucket elevator carrying milled material to the screen loft. The material at this point would resemble oatmeal in consistency.
Pan House/ Machine Wing, ground floor. View from north. the former pan mills are behind the camera. Conveyor below 8 hopper area which was fed by conveyor from NS99420 67903 (now demolished). The 8 hoppers were made by 'Thomas C. Fawcett, Engineer' (England).
Pan House/ Machine Wing, screen loft, 2nd floor/mezzannine. Interior. View from east of one of the three screens feeding crushed and sieved dry clay dust to the hoppers below. Each screen is served by one bucket elevator .
Gas fired Hoffmann continuous batch kiln. Air vent. These would be left open or clocked depending on the firing conditions of the kiln. The gas-fired Hoffmann Continuous Kiln was centred at NS94470 67952. This kiln cou
Pan House/ Machine Wing, ground floor. Interior. View from north west. There were three pan mills on this level. All have been removed prior to demolition. The three bucket elevators from the pan mills rising to the screen loft for 'sieving' and supplying the hoppers in the adjacent compartment are visible. The pipes for returning material to be re-crushed to the correct size are also visible.