This is a vertical roller mill used for grinding grain into flour in a roller flour mill. It was made in England between 1890 and 1900 by Thomas Robinson and Son Ltd of the Railway Works, Rochdale in Lancashire. Robinsons supplied many of their roller mills to flour mills around New South Wales. This particular roller mill machinery is significant because it features vertical rather than horizontal steel rolls.
The roller mill was used at McIntyre’s Hamilton Flour Mills in Hamilton, a suburb o...
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