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Video - Gidlow Mill with Air Raid Shelter

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    Gidlow Mill with Air Raid Shelter

    Gidlow mill is better known as Ryland Mill or Wigan college's old Pagefeild Campus.

    This mill was built in 1867, to designs by George Woodhouse for John Rylands, one of the area's largest cotton manufacturers. The building itself was also occupied by Wigan and Leigh college since 1985, and has now since re-located across the road. It has now been acquired by MCR Property group who are in the process of planning to restore the mill building which will house a mixture of apartments with views over Mesnes Park. The development will also comprise of a number of modern townhouses and office space over 4 levels.



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