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Milling at Quétivel Mill

© the artist. Photo credit: The National Trust for Jersey

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At right angles to Quétivel mill is its granary. The upper floors would have been filled with grain, stored in sacks from floor to ceiling. On the first floor are additional machines for the processing of grain and flour, which could be driven from a lay-shaft powered by the main shaft.

The Elms

St Mary

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    oil on canvas

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    152 x 223 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    gift from Lloyds TSB


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The Elms

La Cheve Rue, St Mary, Jersey JE3 3EN Channel Islands

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