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INSTALLING MILLING MACHINERY IN CONNOR'S MILL 1994; BRAN SIEVE

1994
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Overview

Milling machinery; bran sieve used for filtering the bran from the grain being hoisted up on chain into Connor's Mill.
Photograph taken from first floor looking down to ground floor as sieve is hoisted through the doors and up to first floor.
Head shot of Peter Chiffings in the background.

Historical information

A late Victorian-era working flour mill display opened in Connor’s Mill with milling equipment donated by Weston Milling after their Northam mill had been modernised
The machines were moved, restored and installed by volunteer labour.
A pulley system connected to an electric motor on the ground floor and the historic milling machinery on the first floor allowed them to be displayed while operating.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2016.7
Item type
Material
Width
15 cm
Height or length
10 cm
Inscriptions and markings

yellow sticker on back states date: 1994 & Peter Chiffings.

Year
1994
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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