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    theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This row of 8 ironworkers cottages were built in c1803 They were built for Alexander Raby of Cobham Park He was the owner of Downside Mill The original plan of No s 1 7 was a living room and scullery on the ground floor and a bedroom and landing above Downside Mill may have produced tin plate hence the name

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    s shaft at the South Crofty Tin Mine It dates from 1903 and was built around the engine which is dated 1854 to protect it The 80 inch cylinder Cornish beam engine is still inside It was used to pump water from the mine The beam can be seen sticking out from the side of the engine house where it was attached to the pump The engine came from Tregurtha

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    town from the east end of the parish church Some of Macclesfield s textile mills can be seen They were still working at this time The town became a centre for the textile industry as it had good road and rail links which made it cheap to get raw materials to the mills and distribute products A large number of mills were involved in the silk trade in the 18th

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    lies west of Fine Burn Quarry and probably dates from the early 19th century It is built into the side of a hill so that the limestone from the quarry and fuel can be easily transported to the top of the kilns for burning The lime was taken out from the bottom Lime was used in industrial products such as cement and in whitewash It was also used in farming

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    click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites A former brass mill that was built in the 18th century and was working until 1924 The brass industry was very important in this area It began in the early years of the industrial revolution with 2 brass mills that were established by Abraham Darby of Ironbridge The Saltford mill is an important

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    here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites Monument at the Church of St John To commemorate the dreadful fate of seventeen children who fell unhappy victims to a raging fire at Mr Atkinson s factory Colne Bridge Feb 14th 1818 This monument was erected by voluntary contribution MDCCCXXI 1821 On another side are the names and ages of those who died

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    NMR ViewFinder Anglo Works Sheffield South Yorkshire click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites This cutlery and silversmithing works were built in c1800 This Georgian works is now one of a small number of surviving city centre factories which still has the distinctive functional architectural character of the early 19th century workshops Read official list description Copyright Mrs Barbara A

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    NMR ViewFinder Commerce Works Stoke on Trent click here to return to images by theme Create Add to Student Gallery Add to My Favourites These 2 bottle kilns were part of the Commerce Works pottery They were built in the late 19th century The Commerce Works pottery was run by the Chetham family from 1796 1869 It was then taken over by H J Aynsley in 1873 Read official list

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