Reference numberJS/1/54
Previous numbersI.54; I.55
TitleWater Mill, Halton, Lancashire. Plans of Halton Mill, near Lancaster, built 1753, the first mill made from the designs of John Smeaton
DescriptionPlan and elevation of tubs and damsel, scale 1:12; plans of gearing and stones, scale 1:24; elevation of hurst, scale 1:24. Ink. Signed
Inscribed in Farey's hand; Note by J Farey. It must mean the first water mill, because in Mr Smeaton's List two windmills (Nine Elms and Bashing, see follios 5 and 6, and 3A) stand before Halton
Extent1 sheet
Physical descriptionPaper
Access statusOpen
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