Caption for Wookey Hole, Car Park And Restaurant C1939:
This is in essence the same building today; it is now painted
white and green, with bigger windows and no veranda,
surrounded by the car park. The river Axe tumbles from the caves
to feed a paper mill, built in 1848 using local stone. It was built by
the same family who built the church, the school, Wookey Hole
Club and many houses for their employees. The previous mill
had been built by 1656. The paper produced here is still made by
hand. The village flourishes on the tourist trade.
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