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Double sluice gate mechanism at the site of Chewton Keynsham Mill, Chewton Place, south of Keynsham. An adjacent single sluice gate has gear by Bissicks

of Bristol

1856 Advert: 'To ENGINEERS & OTHERS.
For SALE, a 14-horse power Condensing STEAM-ENGINE.- For particulars inquire of Mr. J. TROTT, Millwright and Engineer, Albion-wharf, Temple-backs, Bristol'[1].

1861 Advert: 'FOR SALE, STEAM-ENGINES, BOILERS, Wrought and Cast Iron STEAM - PIPE, Double and Single Purchase CRAB WINCHES, BLOCKS, SCREW-JACKS, Smiths' BELLOWS, ANVILS, TROUGHS, Bevel and Spur WHEELS, PULLEYS, SHAFTING, Plummer BLOCKS and BRASSES, a Large Powerful PRESS, several LATHES, &c., with a large quantity of useful MACHINERY.-Apply to J. TROTT, Millwright, Temple Backs, Bristol.'[2]

1869 Advertising two old boilers for sale[3]

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Sources of Information

  1. Bristol Mercury - Saturday 20 December 1856
  2. Bristol Mercury, 2 November 1861
  3. Bristol Mercury - Saturday 27 March 1869