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Reference numberJS/2/47
LevelItem
TitleWater Mill at Worcester Park, Surrey. Design for connecting the water wheel axis with the tumbling shaft for the powder mill at Worcester Park
Date1771
DescriptionDesign for connecting the water wheel axis with the tumbling shaft for the powder mill at Worcester Park
Plans, section, and elevations, scale 1:12. Ink wash. Signed 1771

A scetch of the method by a leaver and tackle0 of setting off thre powder mill at Worcester Park, after charging.
Plan and elevation, scale 1:48. Ink. Signed 1772
Extent1 sheet
FormatManuscript
Physical descriptionPaper, ink
Access statusOpen
Related material'A Catalogue of the Civil and Mechanical Engineering Designs 1741-1792 of John Smeaton' , Newcomen Society 1950, page 33 editorial note 'A pinion on a pivoted leg is pulled into gear by a block and tackle'
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