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    to My Favourites This row of eleven houses was built in 1776 7 by Richard Arkwright to house his textile workers They are the first of the workers houses erected by Arkwright They provided accommodation for the workers at his new Cromford Mill They are important because they also provided workshop space on the second floor to allow home working Cromford was built by Arkwright as a model settlement It

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    Add to My Favourites This building was part of a lace and shawl factory including the printing room waiting room and gateway It was built in stages from 1886 1893 It was built by J Huckerby for F Wilkinson Francis or Frank Wilkinson 1846 1897 pioneered the making of shawls on machines The shawl trade had already been established for around 20 years when he moved here However his fine

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    Road Helmshore Lancashire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This mill was built by the Turner family in 1789 It was built as a woollen fulling mill It was one of the first textile mills built in Lancashire during the Industrial Revolution It led the way for Lancashire in the textile industry first in wool and then in cotton

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    It was originally built as a mill for spinning cotton It was built in 1846 for W H Halstead and had internal engines It was then converted in 1867 into an integrated mill with an external engine house boiler house water tank and weaving sheds The tower was added in 1872 Then in 1891 2 the Walker Hey footbridge was built to give workers quicker access to the town centre

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    It was built by J Pilling and Sons Their business had been founded in 1819 and moved to Primet Bridge in the 1850s The business reached the peak of its prosperity in the late 19th century but continued to manufacture looms until 1974 It was an integrated site where looms were assembled and tested timber components were machined and metal castings produced and finished This is a near complete and

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    framework knitting It was built in the early to mid 1800s It is the best surviving example in Leicestershire of the intermediate stage of the hosiery industry It shows the change from framework knitters working in their own homes to large scale factories with framework knitting machines This medium sized workshop represents the stage in between It was owned by Nahum Gretton in 1860 and by the Branson family from

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    Old Road Bolton Greater Manchester click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A view inside the shop of Messrs Musgrave s Atlas Mills Atlas Mills was a complex of 8 mills mainly used as textile mills Musgraves also made their own engines The engines shown here were intended for the Oriental Spinning and Weaving Company of Bombay Most of the

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    here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This picture from Wellington Mills shows women operating machines while men work as mechanics The machines to the right of this picture are carding machines These used spiked drums in which the cotton was rotated This process aligned the fibres which were then placed in buckets as lengths or slivers The women in the

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