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Fleet Mills, bill (Oulton) (1 comment)
Colour image1868. Bill from Joseph Horn of Fleet Mill, Oulton to Mr. Joseph Taylor for flint and stone. There are calculations to be seen on both sides of the receipt. Fleet Mills ground flint and china stone and produced whiting. The Horn family took over Thwaite Mills in 1872.
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Fleet Mills, bill (Oulton)
Black & White image19th July, 1872. Bill from Fleet Mills owned by Thomas Horn. The Horn family came to Thwaite mills in 1872 while still owning Fleet Mills at Oulton. They were in the business of grinding flint and china stone and producing whiting.
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Fleet Mills, interior of shell (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. View shows the interior of the derelict shell of Fleet Mills, situated on Fleet Lane, Woodlesford, on the River Aire. The mill ground corn, and also flint and china stone, and produced whiting. After being gutted by fire in the early 1920s, the shell lay derelict for many years. An oil terminal has existed on the site from the 1960s onwards.
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Fleet Mills, ruins (Woodlesford)
Black & White imageUndated. Image shows the ruins of Fleet Mills, Fleet Lane, Woodlesford, viewed from the south. The mill ground corn, flint and whiting, and occupied an extensive area on the River Aire, but after a serious fire in 1926 never reopened, and lay derelict for many years. It was later demolished, and an oil terminal has been on the site since the 1950s.
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Fleet Mills, Weir (Woodlesford)
Black & White imagec1950s. View of the weir and derelict shell of Fleet Mills, on Fleet Lane, looking west along the River Aire. House forming part of the village of Fleet, now demolished, can be seen on the left. In the centre is the aerial ropeway over the colliery spoil from Water Haigh Colliery nearby.
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