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Stoke Holy Cross Mill c.1901  (Pic.A.Postcard).
Grade 2 listed. 
 The famous Colman's Mill.
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c.1907  (Pic.A.Postcard).
                                                                     c.1911 and the old ford crossing has been replaced with a road bridge.  
          Several years later and the locals still used the old ford area.
c. 1920.  (Pic.A.Postcard).

c. 1925. (Pic. Nick Elsey).

New Pic. 24/1

1949 and in the foreground is ploughman Rodney Clarke.
Rodney was a prominent cricketer for Poringland during the post war years.
(Pic. Linda Bollingbrook).

Mid 1980's a rear picture of the mill.(Pic.Mike Fordham).

Aerial view of the front of the mill, April 2005.
(Pic.copyright  Mike Page).

Aerial view of the rear of the mill, August 2006, showing the tailrace.
(Pic. copyright  Mike Page).
Sluice gates/headrace controlled the flow of water from the mill pond .
(Pic. Anne Barber). 2007.


The Mill from the front in May 2010.(Pic.Mike Fordham). 
 The west side, Left     May 2010. (Pic. Mike Fordham).
                         Below   c.1920.


 The Blue Barn, a gunsmiths, during renovation as a domestic dwelling May 2010. (Pic. Mike Fordham).
Enjoying the summer near Semmon's Corner on the river Tas.
L-R; Charlie Lemon, Roy Goodwin, Stanley Prior and David Clark in front. (Pic.Janet King).