It’s hard to believe the year is 1814 when it was first attempted, when the only timber on the British Isles was used for the construction of the railways.
The first timber mill was set up in the village of Wigmore in Berkshire in 1815.
The original owner, John Smith, who was a timber raider, used the old mill to make timber for the railway, but soon discovered that the mill’s timber was too expensive to make a profit.
So, he sold the mill to a new owner who was willing to pay more for it.
So the mill, built in 1817, was turned into a lumber mill and was used to make lumber for the railways and the first tramway across the English Channel.
Today the Wigfords mill has been turned into one of the world’s leading timber mills and, with a new tramway project under way, the mill is looking to turn its mill into a second timber mill.
According to the company, the new timber mill is a combination of the existing mill and a new mill, each designed to be able to process different types of timber.
This new mill will be built on the site of the former mill and will be able process timber up to 100 years old, while the former one was used as a lumbermill.
The timber mill will then be able produce up to 1,500 tonnes of timber per year.
The new mill also includes a new, modern and highly automated logging facility, which will process up to 2,500 tons of timber annually.
The project is expected to create more than 700 jobs.
The Wigmores mill has already secured financing from the Department of Energy and Climate Change.
The company said it will continue to invest in its business to support its timber mill project.