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{{Infobox mill building}} may be used to summarize information about a building. It can be used in two ways with named parameters or with ten unnamed parameters.

Usage

{{Infobox mill building
| name                 = 
| building_name        = 
| native_building_name = 
| alternate_names      = 
| image                = 
| caption              = 
| textile_type         = 
| mill-process         = 
| building_type        = 
| architectural_style  = 
| structural_system    = 
| cost                 = 
| employees            = 
<!-- For titles and maps-- geo info-->
| location            = 
| altitude            = 
| map_type            = 
| serving_canal       = 
| serving_railway     = 
| serving_river       = 
| owner               = 
| owner_2             = 
| acquisition_date_2  = 
| owner_3             = 
| acquisition_date_3  = 
| owner_4             = 
| acquisition_date_4  = 
| current_tenants     = 
| current_owner       = 
| coordinates         = <!-- {{coord}} -->
| oscoor              = 
| start_date          = 
| completion_date     = 
| renovation_date     = 
| re-equipment_date_2 = 
| re-equipment_date_3 = 
| current_status      = 
| demolition_date     = 
| destruction_date    = 
<!-- Dimensions-->
| height              = 
| other_dimensions    = 
| floor_count         = 
| floor_area          = 
| floor_height        = 
| floor_usage         = 
<!-- The building team -->
| main_contractor     = 
| architect           = 
| architecture_firm   = 
| structural_engineer = 
| other_designers     = 
| awards              = 
| ren_architect       = 
| ren_firm            = 
| ren_oth_designers   = 
| ren_qty_surveyor    = 
| ren_awards          = 
<!-- Steam powered-->
| engine_date           = 
| engine_decommissioned = 
| engine_maker          = 
| engine_type           = 
| engine_valve          = 
| engine_throw          = 
| engine_rpm            = 
| engine_kWatt          = 
| engine_ihp             = 
| engine_fly_diameter   = 
| transmission_type     = 
| no_of_ropes           = 
| boilers               = 
| boiler_temperature    = 
| psi                   = 
<!-- Watermills -->
| wheels                  = 
| diameter_of_water_wheel = 
| width_of_wheel          = 
| wheel_rpm               = 
<!-- Equipment-->
| equipment_maker   = 
| date_of_equipping = 
| no_of_looms       = 
| cotton_count      = 
| scutchers         = 
| carding_engines   = 
| doublers          = 
| kiers             = 
| other_equipment   = 
| mule_frames       = 
| ring_frames       = 
<!-- References-->
| embedded          = 
| references = 
}}

Parameters

Unnamed parameters

  1. Mill name
  2. Location
  3. Coordinate
  4. Reference
  5. Notes- Description (not yet displayed)
  6. Image
  7. Architect/Owner (some lists use different info (not yet displayed)
  8. Built
  9. Decommissioned
  10. Demolished

The purpose of this is to allow lists of mills to be constructed using the {{TMbegin}}, {{TMtr}}, {{TMend}} sequence. The {{TMtr}} can be copied directly across into a new article and renamed {{Infobox mill building}} as the unnamed parameters transfer directly across. The new Infobox can then be edited, and as new data is input it will over-ride potentially conflicting parameters. Similarly, any {{Infobox mill building}} named-parameters can safely be added to a {{TMtr}} call, as they will be safely ignored while on the list page- but will then be valid here if a copy is made.

The named parameters are seen in the section below.

Example

Regent Mill
250px
Regent Mill in 1950
Cotton
Spindles60000
Spinning (ring mill)
Architectural styleStanding, usage changed
Structural systemRed engineering brick
LocationFailsworth, Oldham
Serving canalRochdale Canal
Serving railwayOldham Loop Line
Further ownership
  • LCC (1930)
  • Salton ()
CoordinatesTemplate:OS coord 53°30′31″N 2°09′37″W / 53.5087°N 2.1604°W / 53.5087; -2.1604
Fatal error: The format of the coordinate could not be determined. Parsing failed.


Construction
Built1906
DemolishedChimney 1964
Floor count4
Floor area345 by 130 feet (105 by 40 m)
Floor usageIn 1950:
  • cellar: a warehouse, yarn cellar, waste room, cotton room, and dust room.
  • The first floor was the card room,
  • The second floor was the ring frame room
  • The third floor was the winding, warping and beaming room.
Other dimensionsChimney 210 feet (64 m)
Design team
ArchitectGeorge Stott
Power
Date1906
Engine makerBuckley and Taylor of Oldham
Decommissioned1958
Engine typemarine type vertical triple expansion engine
Cylinder diameter and throw63-inch diameter low-pressure cylinder
rpm64
Installed horse power (ihp)1800 ihp sometimes loaded to 2000 ihp
Flywheel diameter26 feet (7.9 m)
Transmission typerope
No. of ropes26 ropes
Boiler configuration
Boilers? Dual Lancashire ?
Mule Frames60000
References
Dunkerley, Philip. "Dunkerley-Tuson Family Website, The Regent Cotton Mill, Failsworth". Retrieved 2009-01-09.
{{Infobox mill building
| building_name       = Regent Mill
| native_building_name= 
| alternate_names     =
| image               = Mill-image-pending.jpg
| caption             = Regent Mill in 1950 
| textile_type        = [[Cotton]]
| building_type       = [[Cotton-spinning machinery|Spinning (ring mill)]]
| architectural_style = 
| structural_system   = Red engineering brick
| cost                = 
| location            = [[Failsworth]], Oldham
| serving_canal       = [[Rochdale Canal]]
| serving_railway     = [[Oldham Loop Line]]
| owner               =
| owner_2             = LCC  
| acquisition_date_2  = 1930
| owner_3             = Salton
| acquisition_date_3  =
| owner_4             =
| acquisition_date_4  =
| current_tenants     = 
| coordinates         = {{coord|53.5087|-2.1604|display=inline|region:GB|format=dms}}
| oscoor              = SD 789345
| altitude            = 
| start_date          = 1906
| completion_date     = 
| renovation_date     = 
| demolition_date     = Chimney 1964
| current_status      = Standing, usage changed
| height              = 
| other_dimensions    = Chimney {{convert|210|ft|m}}
| floor_count         = 4
| floor_area          = {{convert|345|by|130|ft|m}}
| floor_height        = 
| floor_usage         = In 1950:
*cellar: a warehouse, yarn cellar, waste room, cotton room, and dust room. 
*The first floor was the card room, 
*The second floor was the ring frame room 
*The third | architecture_firm   =
| structural_engineer = 
| other_designers     = 
| awards              = 
| engine_date         = 1906
| engine_decommissioned  = 1958
| engine_maker        = [[Buckley and Taylor of Oldham]]
| engine_type         = marine type vertical triple expansion engine
| engine_valve        =
| engine_cylinder     = 63-inch diameter low-pressure cylinder
| engine_rpm          = 64
| engine_kWatt        =
| engine_ihp          = 1800 ihp sometimes loaded to 2000 ihp
| engine_fly_diameter = {{convert|26|ft|m}}
| transmission_type   = rope
| no_of_ropes         = 26 ropes
| boilers             = ? Dual Lancashire ?
| boiler_temperature  =
| psi                 =
| spindles            = 60000
| references          = {{cite web|url=http://dunkerley-tuson.co.uk/regentmill.aspx|title=Dunkerley-Tuson Family Website, The Regent Cotton Mill, Failsworth|last=Dunkerley|first=Philip|accessdate=2009-01-09}}
}}

Microformat

The HTML markup produced by this template includes an hCard microformat, which makes the place-name and location parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikis, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to an address book. Within the hCard is a Geo microformat, which additionally makes the coordinates (latitude & longitude) parsable, so that they can be, say, looked up on a map, or downloaded to a GPS unit. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project.

Sub-templates

If the place or venue has an "established", "founded", "opened" or similar date, use {{start date}} unless the date is before 1583 CE.

If it has a URL, use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.

Classes

hCard uses HTML classes including:

  • adr
  • agent
  • category
  • county-name
  • extended-address
  • fn
  • label
  • locality
  • nickname
  • note
  • org
  • region
  • street-address
  • uid
  • url
  • vcard

Geo is produced by calling {{coord}}, and uses HTML classes:

  • geo
  • latitude
  • longitude

Please do not rename or remove these classes nor collapse nested elements which use them.

Precision

When giving coordinates, please use an appropriate level of precision. Do not use {{coord}}'s |name= parameter.

Tracking category

See also