Reference numberJS/1/4v
TitleWindmill, Sykefield
DescriptionLetter from Mr Henry Eastburn, 24 July 1784, submitting sketches for repairing whips
MS, one leaf. Sketches 1:24. Ink 1784
Inscr: (F) This relates to Sykefield wind oil mill built in 1780. See V.25 Reports

Windmill - Wooden main shaft. 15 and 3/4 feet long.
Elevation, 1:12. Ink wash.
[Pole of wind shaft]
Elevation and two plans, 1:24. Ink 1782
Inscr: (F) This iron axis is mentioned in Printed Reports, I, 410, 7 February 1782 [A reference in a letter 7 February 1782 from Smeaton to the Carron Iron Co. that he began the application of cast iron to machinery in 1783- Ed]
Extent1 leaf
Physical descriptionPaper
Access statusOpen
Related materialV.25 Reports; Printed Reports I.410
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