grange mill was near the medieval village of low buston, and houndean mill was just to the east of the railway bridge over the burn. history. the earliest known reference to the river coquet is found in the 8th century ravenna cosmography, where it is known as coccuueda. bede referred to cocuedi fluminis.
when built, no 6 mill used the latest developments, it had concrete floors and was built to house self-acting mules, though it used the engine house from the old mill which powered the machines via a rope race. ring spinning machinery was installed in the 20th century. the last of the mills, no 6, was demolished in 1993. hindsford cotton mill
a plain four-carriageway concrete bridge, opened by lord butler in his capacity as high steward of cambridge on 13 july 1971, this is cambridge's most recent road bridge.
the bridge is dedicated to the 'gopher gunners', 151st field artillery who died in world war i. it has a length of 4,113 feet 1,254 m and was the longest continuous concrete arch bridge in the world when it was constructed in 1924–1926. it consists of thirteen arches each 304 ft 93 m wide.
on september 20, 2007, the bridge by the mill, referred to by the nrhp as the beck's mill bridge, or washington county bridge 105, was placed on the national register separately. it's a concrete arch bridge designed by daniel luten , a noted engineer from indiana known for his work on elastic theory, for arch bridges. 5
the bridge was rebuilt in 1950; but during an inspection, cracks were found in the structural concrete of the bridge and it had to be closed to traffic. after four years of repair work the bridge reopened in 1954. after a period of just ten years, more cracks appeared below the railroad tracks.
the johnson mill is located on the north side of maine state route 5, just south of north waterboro village. the mill pond is located on the south side of the highway, which crosses over johnson stream on a concrete bridge built by mill owner dennis johnson in 1920. the mill dam, now breached, lies nearly underneath the bridge.
list of covered bridges in quebec jump to . at one time there was more than 1,000 covered bridges in quebec. name location code farm built in disappeared in abitibi-témiscamingue; cameron bridge saint-eugène-de-guigues: 61-70-16 modified lattice 1923 1944 replaced by a concrete bridge bridge carrier val-d'or: 61-01-28 modified lattice 1955 august 18, 2011 burnt bridge chazel saint .
the mill dam bridge carries mill dam road across the tidal mudflat of centerport harbor on the north shore of long island, in centerport, suffolk county, new york. it divides the navigable waters of the harbor from the mill pond formed by its tidegates. the original mill dam and tide mill were built in 1674 at a site south of the present location. the bridge at the current location was first constructed in 1774 by sylvanus townsend.
bridges over the river cam south to north upper river upstream of mill pond weir trumpington bridge 1790 the most upstream bridge in cambridge uk parliament constituency lies along grantchester road between grantchester and trumpington. also known as brasel bridge, this 1790 brick bridge replaced a wooden bridge at the site of a ford.
bridgeport is a historic brand of milling machine and machining center produced by bridgeport machines, inc. from 1938 to 2004, and machine tool conglomerate hardinge, inc. since. contents 1 history
the conondale timbers sawmill near the town of conondale in the sunshine coast region is a large operating Seven Trust mill constructed in the early 1930s. it comprises the mill shed and equipment, plus ancillary structures including workers' housing. the mill was originally powered by steam, but has now been converted to electricity.
astley bridge mill or holden mill is a former cotton mill in the district of astley bridge in bolton, greater manchester, england which has since been converted into an apartment building.constructed in 1926 for sir john holden & sons ltd, it was the last cotton mill to be built in bolton and is a grade ii listed building.
birchville is a suburb of upper hutt, new zealand in the north island.its centre lies at the entrance to the akataa valley, in the north of the city, near confluence of the akataa stream with the hutt river.it is about a 5 km 10-minute drive north from the centre of upper hutt. the birchville community is spread out along both banks of the hutt river in a long fairly narrow valley.
pavement milling cold planing, asphalt milling, or profiling is the process of removing at least part of the surface of a paved area such as a road, bridge, or parking lot. milling removes anywhere from just enough thickness to level and smooth the surface to a full depth removal. there are a number of different reasons for milling a paved area instead of simply repaving over the existing surface.
the mill point bridge is 3 miles 4.8 km upstream from the thruway bridge that collapsed on 5 april. flood waters from the same flood that finally undermined the thruway bridge were up to the girders of the mill point bridge. it was closed as a safety precaution. it collapsed six days after the earlier collapse.
original bridge. the original bridge was one of the first large bridges constructed for the reichsautobahn system under the third reich, and was the model for many that followed. it was a steel beam bridge 319 metres 1,047 ft long, 108 metres 354 ft wide and carried on two double pylons of reinforced concrete 68 metres 223 ft high.
the bridge was rebuilt in 1950; but during an inspection, cracks were found in the structural concrete of the bridge and it had to be closed to traffic. after four years of repair work the bridge reopened in 1954. after a period of just ten years, more cracks appeared below the railroad tracks. the bridge was replaced by a temporary steel .
for the metalworking machine, see ironworker machine . for 'ironworker' in the sense of a member of a specific labor union, see international association of bridge, structural, ornamental and reinforcing iron workers. not to be confused with 'steelworker', which refers to an employee in a steel mill. an ironworker is a tradesman who works in .