Enderby's Printing Mill, in St Ives

Enderbys Wharf, London Road, St Ives,

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Enderbys Wharf, London Road, St Ives,

 

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Enderby's Printing Mill was originally built by Potto Brown as a steam driven corn grinding mill. Work commenced on the build in 1854 to a largely French design which was considered to be the best of its day, however the upper part of the tall mill chimney was replaced 1892 as the origianl one developed a worrying tilt. The mill machinery was constructed by Hall & Co (Dartford, Kent). Corn and the resulting flour was transported to and from the mill by road, rail and river which explains its postion although nearly all traces of the former Eastern Counties Railway which ran alongside it have long since been removed.

The corn mill continued in the production of flour right up to 1901 when it was sold to Enderby & Co Ltd. for use as a printing works. In the 1970's it was taken over by Sir Clive Sinclair to maufacture the world's first pocket calculator. Today the mill has been transforemd into residential apartments.

 

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Enderby's Mill, the south-eastern aspect

Enderby's Mill, the south-eastern aspect

 

The new apartments at Enderby's Mill in St Ives

The new apartments at Enderby's Mill in St Ives

 

View across Wilhorn Meadow Near St Ives

View across Wilhorn Meadow Near St Ives

 

Enderby's Printing Works in 1905

Enderby's Printing Works in 1905

 

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