Coldharbour Mill Steam Engines

Picture of Pollit and Wigzell engine plate dated 1910

Pollit and Wigzell engine plate dated 1910

Coldharbour Mill is a 200 year old spinning mill, built by Thomas Fox, to spin woollen and later worsted yarns. The Mill is a rare example of surviving Georgian architecture, industry and enterprise and is based in Uffculme, Devon.

Picture of machinery at Coldharbour Mill

Machinery at Coldharbour Mill

The Steam Engines are regularly started up and on display to the public.

Picture of a steam engine used in manufacturing of cloth at Coldharbour Mill, Devon

Steam power made the mill one of the most successful in the country

The mill was famous for the production of putties, for the British Army.

Picture of steam engine at Coldharbour Mill, Uffculme, Devon

Some of the engines are still in working order


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