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The remains of the steam powered grinding mill at Upminster were excavated by the FUW archaeology team during 2013-15, and have been declared as being of major historic significance. They are unique in being the only surviving site known worldwide of a Boulton and Watt bellcrank engine. This October, 2016, Historic England carried out a full recording survey, along with training sessions for archaeology volunteers; very detailed and fascinating work. This model is constructed from 148 images, a mixture of drone aerial photos and ground images to give a general 3D view of the remains.
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Model by Cliff Featherston.