Unposted. Dated September 1934
Unposted Dated 1937
Posted. Postmarked 1921
Unposted. Built 1802 Grade II listed. Ceased work 1881 Repairs 2000 New Sweeps
Unposted. Built 1802 Grade II listed. Ceased work 1881. Repaired 2000 new sweeps
Unposted. To replace Post mill demolished 1901. 1935 converted
Unposted. June 1934
Posted. Postmarked 1910
Posted. Postmark 1906
A soft cover booklet, roughly A5, 21pp.
A guide exploring the history of the mill, with details on its operation including drawings, illustrations and photographs (b/w).
This is a soft cover guide, A5, 17pp.
The guide was produced shortly after the mill re-opened to the public in July 1969. It covers the deterioration and restoration of the mill, and includes descriptions of the buildings and machinery.
Also included are some small illustrations, line drawn diagrams, and…
A5 guide book covering the history and workings of the mill. Card cover, 8 pages with b/w illustrations.
Famously portrayed on television as the fictional home of the BBC’s Jonathan Creek, this guide offers up the story of the real Shipley Windmill.
The guide looks at the history of the mill, as well as how it works.
Included are numerous colour photographs and a cross-section diagram of…
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