Saltford Brass Mill

Saltford Brass Mill

Saltford Brass Mill Saltford Brass Mill is a scheduled monument situated on the banks of the River Avon in the village of Saltford, 5 miles west of Bath, in the South West of England. The mill is the most complete survivor of an extensive group of C18th mills in the Avon Valley that were engaged in the production of copper and brass goods.

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Saltford Brass Mill is a brass mill on the River Avon at Saltford, Somerset, England. It dates from the 1720s is listed as Grade II* and is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument. There was a watermill on the site at the time of the Domesday Book and it is the last surviving of over 30 mills which were once on this stretch of the Avon. Local brass making was initiated in Bristol around 1700 by the family of Abraham Darbywho later moved …

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Saltford Brassmill. The Shallows. Saltford. BS31 3EY. Open to the Public. The Brass Mill is open to visitors on the Second and Fourth Saturdays of the month from May to October, plus a number of other days to coincide with local and national events. The mill opening times are 10:00 to 16:00. The Open Days in 2020 are:

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Saltford Brass Mill is een museum in Saltford in Engeland. Bekijk tentoonstellingen, openingstijden, toegangsprijzen, recensies en meer! Saltford Brass Mill (Saltford) - Recensies & …

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Saltford Brass Mill. 12 likes · 2 were here. Saltford Brass Mill is a Scheduled Ancient Monument (Registered Charity Number 1174901) on the River Avon at...

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Saltford Brass Mill was one of a group of mills operated by the Bristol Brass Company in the Avon Valley during the C18th. Many of these mills, including Saltford, employed water-power to drive battery hammers and rolls to manufacture brass products.

Saltford Brass Mill - Wikipedia

Saltford Brass Mill is a brass mill on the River Avon at Saltford, Somerset, England. It dates from the 1720s is listed as Grade II* and is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Saltford Brass Mill; Native name Brass Battery: Location: Saltford, Somerset, England: Coordinates

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The former brass battery mill located on the banks of the River Avon at The Shallows, Saltford is one of the few remaining premises of the thirty or so establishments associated with the extensive eighteenth century brass and copper industry which was centred on the Avon river valley. The site is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument, containing the ...

SBMP - Saltford Brass Mill

The Saltford Brass Mill Project is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation, the aims of which are: The preservation and maintenance of the Saltford Brass Mill, on the river Avon in Somerset, for the public benefit. To advance the education of the public in the subject of the Mill.

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Saltford Brass Mill is een museum in Saltford in Engeland. Bekijk tentoonstellingen, openingstijden, toegangsprijzen, recensies en meer! Saltford Brass Mill (Saltford) - Recensies & Bezoekersinformatie …

OLD BRASS MILL, Saltford - 1384676 | Historic England

HISTORICAL NOTE: the strong local brass industry began in the early years of the C18 with 2 brass mills established by Abraham Darby. The Saltford mill is an important survivor of this industry. A full analysis and historical account is given in the report by the City of Hereford Archaeological Unit.

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The Mill is host to a variety of wildlife; fish, swans, kingfishers and other birds can regularly be observed in and around the leats. In 2019, Bethany Sewell, a photography student at Falmouth University, used the Brass Mill as the topic for a coursework project.

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SALTFORD BRASS MILL. The Saltford Brass Mill, an important industrial site comprising a battery mill and complete annealing furnace for the brass industry. The mill was established in the 1720s and ceased working in 1924. Water powered at first, the battery mills were replaced by …

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Saltford Brass Mill is a museum in Saltford in England. See exhibitions, opening hours, admission prices, reviews and more! Saltford Brass Mill (Saltford) - Reviews & Visitor Information - WhichMuseum

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Saltford Brass Mill is the best 1 remaining example of a group of 18th century mills making copper and brass goods in the Avon Valley between Bath and Bristol. The mill retains its furnace, cone-shaped chimney and working water wheel. The Mill is a Scheduled Ancient Monument cared for by volunteers. Why not combine your walk with a visit to the mill?

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Saltford Brass Mill represents the very start of the industrial revolution. It's run by a set of keen volunteers and is only open for part of the year - check before you go. Dating back to the very early 17th century Saltford Brass Mill was part of a chain on logistics involving coal, copper, brass …

Saltford Brass Mill – Bristol Industrial Archaeological ...

The former brass battery mill located on the banks of the River Avon at The Shallows, Saltford is one of the few remaining premises of the thirty or so establishments associated with the extensive eighteenth century brass and copper industry which was centred on the Avon river valley. The site is now a Scheduled Ancient Monument, containing the ...

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Saltford Brass Mill, Saltford: See 7 reviews, articles, and photos of Saltford Brass Mill on Tripadvisor.

OLD BRASS MILL, Saltford - 1384676 | Historic England

HISTORICAL NOTE: the strong local brass industry began in the early years of the C18 with 2 brass mills established by Abraham Darby. The Saltford mill is an important survivor of this industry. A full analysis and historical account is given in the report by the City of Hereford Archaeological Unit.

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Saltford Brass Mill is situated on the banks of the River Avon in the village of Saltford, 5 miles west of the City of Bath in the South West of England. The Brass Mill is the only surviving building, still with a furnace and working water wheel, remaining from a group of eighteenth century mills making copper and brass goods in the Avon Valley between Bristol and Bath.

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Saltford Brass Mill is a Scheduled Monument and Grade II* listed building located on the River Avon mid-way between Bath and Bristol. The mill, which is adjacent to Kelston Weir which provided its power source, was in operation as a water-powered brass-battery and rolling-mill from 1721 until 1925. But Saltford mill was not an isolated facility; it was part of a conglomeration of metal-working ...

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Saltford Brass Mill is the best 1 remaining example of a group of 18th century mills making copper and brass goods in the Avon Valley between Bath and Bristol. The mill retains its furnace,...

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The Brass Mill is open from 10am till 4pm both today Saturday and tomorrow Sunday 15th & 16th June 2019 for the Saltford Festival. Visit this unique Ancient Monument this weekend. Entrance and...

Saltford - Wikipedia

The 18th-century Old Brass Mill, like the Manor House, is listed as Grade II* and is also a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The Brass Mill was one of a series along the Avon Valley powered by water wheels. Saltford House was built in 1771. In 1856 it bought by Admiral Benedictus Marwood Kelly who died there on 26 September 1867.

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