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    Addingham West Yorkshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A water powered textile mill of 1787 built as a block with five attached cottages the third storey of which was possibly used as warehousing A newer early 19th century mill is nearby Some of the original workers cottages have survived Download the Mills Teacher s Kit to find out

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    at the back of 2 houses The outbuilding with its stocking workshop above is now part of a shop It was built in the 18th century and extended upwards in the 19th century Frame work knitting was an industry that started off as a cottage industry in houses or workshops like this and then moved into factories where textiles were made on a larger scale by machines that were driven

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    to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites These houses were built in the early 1800s They were originally 4 lace makers cottages The distinctive windows on the top floor are a sign that it was used by lace or other textile workers Windows were very expensive at this time and large windows like this were only put into houses where a large amount of light was needed because people were

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    My Favourites This mill dates to c1820 The mill was water powered It combined the fulling weaving and spinning processes under one roof It is the earliest surviving industrial building of Richard Early and Sons Ltd The Early family had blanket mills in Witney for much of the 19th and 20th centuries Charles Early and Company produced blankets for the Navy at Witney Mill during WW2 Read official list description

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    mills on this site belonging to the Abbey of Stratford Langthorne until the Reformation The mills have had many different uses They were originally flour mills They were bought by Huguenots in 1727 and used for distilling gin as well They were powered by the tide going in and out By the early 19th century they had 7 waterwheels and drove 18 pairs of millstones House Mill was last used

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    late 1700s and are probably the earliest known textile site in Tameside Each one of the baths is made from giant stone slabs joined together by iron stays They are about six feet deep Grey cloth would have been bleached with lime to make it white and then laid out in the fields to dry There are 3 groups of baths They are terraced into the hillside and arranged in

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    Hole Mill It was first mentioned in 1788 Between 1815 and 1826 it was owned by Christopher Rawden who owned several mills in the locality On 11th August 1899 the mill was destroyed by fire This photograph could have been taken after the fire The mill was altered and extended during the 19th and 20th century The 1947 Yorkshire textile Industry directory has an entry for Jumble Hole Mill Cocker

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    30 and were constructed to be fireproof The lace or plain net trade was established here after 1820 by manufacturers who had fled from the Luddite resistance they had faced in the Midlands In 1848 on the 4th floor of the mill John Stringfellow 1799 1883 achieved the first sustained powered flight with a 10 foot wingspan model aeroplane powered by a light weight steam engine The flight was repeated

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