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N range, view from W
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E range of steading (meal mill), view from SE
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Elevated view of mill and surrounding buildings from NE.
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View of W range from SE.
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Catalogue of Horticultural Buildings by MacKenzie and Moncur
"Hothouses erected at Mill House, Bourne End, Buckinghamshire" and "Range of Hothouses erected at Kongelf, Sweden"
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View of E range from NNW
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View of cottage range from Newbattle railway viaduct (from NE)
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Detail of W elevation showing wall line between kin block (right) and main milling and grain preparation range (left).
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View of S gable or the kiln range. The louvered roof vent has been removed. See JR Hume photographs for comparison.
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View of N range. This was built for the miller around 1900 (see MS/500/35/31). Now disused.
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View of N range
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Interior. View of former milling floor, S range, first floor: the three sets of stones have been retained. The corner set were the Shelling Stones of Derbyshire grit; extreme rigt is the oat meal stones and the stone in the foreground is the runner stone of the bere meal stones.
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Interior. View of former milling floor, S range, first floor: former bere meal stones
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Interior. View of hopper floor, S range, second floor: top vieew of hoppers feeding the stones
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Interior. View of hopper floor, S range, second floor: hoppers supplying stones on S end of S range at far wall. Now converted to bed and breakfast accommodation.
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Interior. View of hopper floor, S range, second floor: bucket elevators
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Interior. View of ground floor, S range, SE area: elevators feeding blower machinery behind wooden door
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General view of mill range from South West.
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General view of mill range from West South-West.
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Interior. Milling and Borading to north of west extension range. General view of former milling house and latterly wool washing/drying area showing unusual wrought iron and patent glazed roof.
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Interior. Milling and Boarding area, north of west extension range. General view of former milling house and latterly wool washing/drying area showing unusual wrought iron and patent glazed roof.
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View from NW of the remaining portion of the Tweed Dyeworks on the W side of the S end of the main mill range
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Detailed view from NW of what remains of the Tweed Dyeworks on the W side of the S end of the main mill range
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Detailed view from S of what remains of the Tweed Dyeworks on the W side of the S end of the main mill range
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