Mill Wheels on Victoria Park, Stafford,

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Description:The town mill was built by George Brewster in 1834, on the site of the medieval town mill. It was powered by two wheels, fed from the mill pool by a culvert running under the road.

The mill was demolished in 1957 and the land became part of Victoria Park; the mill wheels, seen here, are still preserved where they stood.


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Donor ref:SAMS Acc. No., slide 71, img: 1660 (18/2109)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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