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Blythe Bridge Mill, Kingstone

The 17th century timber-framed house and early 19th century Gothic-style mill building are both Grade II listed.

Bolehall Mill Co. Employees at Tamworth Carnival

Bolehall Mill Co. Employees in fancy dress for Tamworth Carnival, pictured at Bolehall Mill.

Bolehall Mill, Tamworth

Bolehall Mill produced tapes and webbing. The building was established as a shoe factory in the 1850s, but was subsequently taken over by the Bole Hall Mill Co Ltd, when it moved out of its original premises ...

Boothen Mill, Stoke-on-Trent: tinted lithograph

'Mill on the Trent,' showing a round stone building with a water wheel and a stream below. A man and a woman are standing by the side of the wheel.[Presented by Miss H. Riley, 10 Sept., 1940.] Artist: ...

Bottle ovens from Adkins Street, Burslem

The photograph was taken from the rear of Adkins Street and shows the ovens of the Britannia Pottery of A G Richardson. The square building on the left hand edge, with the square chimney in the centre ...

Braiding Machine Room, Job White & Sons Ltd, Compton Mills, Leek

Bricesco, Milvale Street, Middleport

The Burslem Works of British Ceramic Service Co. (Bricesco) in Milvale Street in Middleport. The works were at the corner of Milvale Street and Burgess Street and ran along the Trent & Mersey Canal. The ...

Brindley Mill, Leek

The mill was built in 1752, almost certainly by James Brindley, the great canal builder, who is known to have set up his workshop in Mill Street ten years earlier. The left hand side of the building was ...

Brindley Mill, Leek

A view of the water mill on the River Churnet in Mill Street, prior to its restoration in the 1970s. The mill was built in 1752, almost certainly by James Brindley, the great canal builder, who is known ...

Brindley Mill, Leek

A postcard view of Brindley Mill from an original drawing by Carl M. Haywood. The mill was built in 1752, almost certainly by James Brindley, the great canal builder, who is known to have set up his ...

Brittain's Paper Mills, Caldon Canal, Cheddleton

A paper mill has stood on this site at Cheddleton since 1797, when the paper was made by hand. It was built by the pottery manufacturer William Adams to produce tissue paper for transfer printing in ...

Broad Eye Windmill, Stafford

View of Broad Eye Windmill showing the restored mill building (although still minus replacement sails). The mill dates from the later 18th century and was constructed using stone taken from Stafford's ...

Broad Eye Windmill, Stafford

The mill dates from the later 18th century and was constructed using stone taken from Stafford's original Shire Hall. At the time the photograph was taken, the building had been recently used as a local ...

Broad Eye Windmill, Stafford

Watercolour painting by Reginald Haggar (1905-1988) showing Broad Eye Windmill and adjoining houses. Broad Eye corn mill was built in 1796 using stones taken from the Old Town Hall (now replaced by ...

Bromley Mill Pool, Gerrards Bromley, near Eccleshall

A postcard published by E.J. Hurlstone of Eccleshall. Although the mill is no longer working, the mill pool remains and is popular with anglers.

Brough, Nicholson & Halls' factory, Cross Street/Fountain Street, Leek

The firm were manufacturers of "sewing silks, braids, bindings, trimmings etc", and were prize winners at the Great Exhibition in 1851, and several later European exhibitions. This etching of their premises ...

Bucknall Flint Mill, Ruxley Road, Bucknall

The courtyard of Edwards' Bucknall Flint Mill on Ruxley Road. On the left is a pile of Cornish stone (or China stone) ready for smashing and grinding by the stone crusher alongside. About 1747 it was ...

Bucknall Flint Mill, Ruxley Road, Bucknall

George Edwards' Flint Mill on Ruxley Road. Also known as Bucknall Flint Mill it stands on the old mill stream or race taken off the River Trent near Finney Gardens. Ground bone and flint revolutionised ...