Corn Mill, Stafford Gaol

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Date:1869 - 1871 (c.)

Description:The corn mill was built in the 1860s to grind corn for the prisoners' bread.

The mill was powered by a treadwheel which was worked by prisoners; this was situated at the rear of the mill, in the building seen on the right of the photograph.

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Creators: Robert Flamank (photographer) - Creator

Donor ref:SAMS Acc. No., P82.54.11, img: 99 (8/661)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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