Reference numberJS/1/116v
TitleWarren Water Mill
DescriptionSketch made by Mr Henry Eastburn November 1787 from his recollection of what he had seen adopted at Warren mill to replace the iron axis which broke.
Elevation of part of water wheel, scale 1:12. Ink
Inscribed 'This was proposed for the water wheel of Mr Drinkwater's cotton mill which was intended to be 18 feet diameter and near to 10 feet wide. See NS 17 page 37, November 1787'
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper, ink
Access statusOpen
Related materialSee 'A Catalogue of the Civil and Mechanical Engineering Designs 1741-1792 of John Smeaton, FRS' Newcomen Society, 1950, page 21, where it states 'cf folio 43, above'
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