Publication:

Die Mühle “Aurora” in Jork-Borstel

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    English titleThe “Aurora” mill in Jork-Borstel
    Authors & editors

    Schröder, Friedrich [Author]
    Raue, Georg [Author]
    Diekmann, Dieter [Author]
    Schulze, Heinz-J [Author]
    Ganske, Walter [Author]

    Publisher Landkreis Stade
    Year of publication 1985
    Languages

    German (main text)

    Medium Book
    Edition1
    Topics

    Regions > Other Europe (not GB) > Germany, Austria & Switzerland
    Energy & power > Windmills

    Scope & contentSummary TranslationBrochure about the Aurora mill in Jork-Borstel in Lower Saxony, built in 1856 on the site of a mill dating from 1605, and restored in 1984.

    Each of the authors has contributed a section covering: monument conservation in the Stade area; Aurora, Countess of Königsmarck after whom it is named; the history of the mills in Borstel; the 1856 mill and its restoration; the tail beam.

    The book is copiously illustrated with a 1760 map of the area, a portrait of Aurora, historic photos of the mill and detailed photos taken during renovation along with a ground plan and cross-section and a cross-section showing how the tail beam works.
    KeywordsMillwrighting, Milling, Germany, People, Archaeology & history

    Copies held

    Accession no. 230072

    • Shelf location: W114.3_DIE
    • Notes: Summary TranslationBrochure about the Aurora mill in Jork-Borstel in Lower Saxony, built in 1856 on the site of a mill dating from 1605, and restored in 1984. Each of the authors has contributed a section covering: monument conservation in the Stade area; Aurora, Countess of Königsmarck after whom it is named; the history of the mills in Borstel; the 1856 mill and its restoration; the tail beam.The book is copiously illustrated with a 1760 map of the area, a portrait of Aurora, historic photos of the mill and detailed photos taken during renovation along with a ground plan and cross-section and a cross-section showing how the tail beam works.