ST0621 : Stawley: Tracebridge

near to Appley, Somerset, Great Britain

Stawley: Tracebridge
Stawley: Tracebridge
A hamlet which was once home to two mills: a corn mill, which then worked as a saw mill in the last quarter of the 19th century and a slate cutting mill which served the nearby Tracebridge Quarries, established by 1894 and closed by 1935. For a full history of the hamlet see Eric G Rodwell. Tracebridge. A History of the Hamlet, its Houses, The Quarries and the Mill. A copy is available at the Somerset Studies Library, Paul Street, Taunton
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Wednesday, 10 May, 2006   (more nearby)
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