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Elevation, plans and cross-section of Bell Mill and gazebo.

SC 346859

Description Elevation, plans and cross-section of Bell Mill and gazebo.

Catalogue Number SC 346859

Category On-line Digital Images

Copy of DC 29759

Scope and Content Plan of entrance lodge (around 1876) of Bell Mill (also known as West Mill) at Stanley, Perthshire Bell Mill was completed by 1790 and is probably the best surviving example of a mill of this period. It is under 9 metres wide and has low ceilings. The outside is built in stone to first floor level, with locally made bricks above. This ogival-roofed lodge house to the left was added around 1876 and is in keeping with the style of the rest of the building. Stanley was founded in 1785 by George Dempster, Richard Arkwright, inventor and industrialist, and a group of Perth merchants. Like New Lanark, founded in the same year, it was built as a model factory village. Source: RCAHMS contribution to SCRAN.


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