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IMG3799 Stephen Eastmead DVD1 of Digital Images 2007-2014. Dales Walks and Miscellaneous locations Vol 3 Pillimore Bridge Marske to Clints: Waterwheel. Late C19. Wooden wheel with cast-iron axle. Waterwheel designed to be overshot (although no evidence that the pentrough was ever constructed), with wooden buckets, sole plates and spokes. Cast-iron axle at ground level. Wheel is set in rubble-lined wheel race. The waterwheel, which stands in isolation, is said to have been built to generate electricity for nearby Skelton Hall, but the scheme was never implemented, a waterwheel being less well-suited for the purpose than a turbine, and construction of the Hall, which is still partly a mere shell, was never finished. Digital colour images Pixels: 1200 x 800 The images from this DVD are available as a digital download. Please use the contact page for further information quoting the image ID or file name(s) e.g. SM_2862 or IMG2863 etc. We will advise you on the terms of their availability. If published copyright must be stated as ©Stephen Eastmead. 19-11-2014
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