Welcome

Welcome to the Milldrawings web site, which is rebuilt from the old a0 Technical Drawing Services site

My name is John Brandrick.

I live in Whitland, Carmarthenshire, S.W.Wales. I am a retired Draughtsman/Engineer I worked in the construction & process industries for over 50 years and was very lucky as drawing had always been my hobby and I was able to do it almost every day during my working life


Click on any of the thumbnails opposite to view the drawings for that category.


I hope you enjoy viewing the drawings and find the content informative
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The Mills Archive Trust

Welsh Water mills

MRG

Cymdeithas Melinau Cymru
Welsh Mills Society

Mills I’ve recently added to the site

English Water mills & Mining

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TIMS

UK  Windmills

MWWMG

These are the Mill Groups I belong to Click on the icons to go to their home site or their pages within this site

Horsey wind pump Norfolk

Hessle Whiting mill Yorkshire

Kingsforth windmill Lincolnshire

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Non U.K. mills

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The old a0tech.site and the type of drawings I used to do!

Horse powered Carriage mill

Animal / Muscle mills

These drawings show a water driven stone saw and six other water powered mills and workshops fed from a single aqueduct 100m long in Ephusus, Turkey, as well as two other water driven saws

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Click on the image to see an alphabetical list of the mills on this site

Industrial mills

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Nigel Harris has his own website where he has listed over 80 Books, publications and articles that he has written covering Milling, Engineering and other subjects of which 40 are articles that have been printed in various mill magazines including SPAB's Mill News. Click on the image to be taken to his site

 A major new book entitled 'Windmills of North West Kent and Kentish London (and the men who built them) by Rob Cummins in its 2nd printing is available from Stenlake and Co, and will be priced at 20 it does contain a few of my drawings of Keston Windmill

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Comments from purchasers of Water mills and stone ground flour

"This is a jolly good read, a must have for your book case, well written with lots of illustrations"

"Brilliant book. Very informative"

"Provides a good read for the novice and an addition to the library of those more learned in the ways of milling"

 

Wheat flour milling was the best selling book at the Mills Archive the year it was printed