The Fullers Earth works, Tucking Mill c.1902
3 1 c m
actual image size: 32cm x 23cm

The Fullers Earth works, Tucking Mill c.1902

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An unidentified girl and small child stand beside the disused Somersetshire Coal Canal, whilst the railway viaduct for the Somerset and Dorset railway can be seen in the background. The land in-between has been converted to a large man-made lake. From a unique collection of glass plate negatives taken by Col. Linley Blathwayt of Eagle House, Batheaston, home of refuge for suffragettes between 1908 and 1912.

Image Reference


Artist / Photographer

Blathwayt, Col Linley

Collection Reference

Plate 194

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Collection Location

Bath Central Library

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