Topless Mill

Posted By on December 18, 2011


Looking through the roof from the top floor.  It rained for several days after the roof was blown off.  We had to clean 3 floors and then used a sprayer with bleach water to double clean.  The machinery shown is not used today.  It is the top of the old swing sifter.  It took about 1/2 the summer to get the mill back together and running again.

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Owner of the Bridgeton Mill


13 Responses to “Topless Mill”

  1. Peter says:

    A mill should have a roof so that its parts will not rust off.

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  3. Thomas Clark says:

    Good information to read.

  4. Hmm, probably you need a much solid roof that can withstand circumstances like this.

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    It can be a tiring process putting all these together again.

  6. alex says:

    sad to see this happens. I hope it will be repaired soon Plumber Cape Town

  7. maliya says:

    It was devastating to see this. I hope it gets repaired soon.

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  9. alexa says:

    It might take a lot of time for the renovation.
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  10. bryan says:

    It needs a lot of cleaning to do.
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  11. sandro says:

    Its a sad thing this happens. It happened in our place, a lot of our crops was damaged.

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  12. myka says:

    That is really a lot of cleaning and repairing.
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  13. check us out says:

    Oh! it’s a bad news, I hope it will rise soon.

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