Gawler Flour Mills

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With thanks to Don Beaty for allowing the display of the "Gawler Machinery Restorers Club Newsletter", March 1997. No34.

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A.P. Harvey's book [ISBN 0 9588286 1 X] "I called it Salisbury" [a biography of John Harvey "The founder of Salisbury"]Page 43..."By 1844, the industrial development of the colony was making rapid progress. There were two main foundries, one in Grenfell Street owned by Mr. Wyatt.....Mr. Wyatt's foundry constructed a four horse-power marine engine for Mr. Stephen King, whose Flour Mill at Gawler stood opposite Miss Calton's Old Spot Inn."


Jeffs Bros Mill fifteenth street silo construction
Jeffs Bros Mill fifteenth street silo construction
Gilbert H. chaff mill c1870 - Glimpses of Gawler book Vol2 page 68
Gilbert H. chaff mill c1870 - Glimpses of Gawler book Vol2 page 68
Eastwood Flour Mill
Eastwood Flour Mill
Albion Mill 1875 (2)  - Cowan Street now occupied by Coles Northern Market complex.
Albion Mill 1875 (2) - Cowan Street now occupied by Coles Northern Market complex.
1999 1117  Old Mill cnr Bridge Street South and Julian Terrace South  (2)
1999 1117 Old Mill cnr Bridge Street South and Julian Terrace South (2)


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