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Report - Mansfield : Langwith Mill May 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by playerone1, May 19, 2012.

  1. playerone1

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    I know this has recently been covered but visited never the less and had a great explore so I thought id put my photos up.
    On my first visit disturbed some local heroin users mid party so came back the next day thankfully to an empty mill. Had a good couple of hours round it, I made it up to the 3rd floor but 4th is inaccessible due to stairs falling away.

    the background:

    Langwith Mill is an old derelict cotton mill near Nether Langwith in Nottinghamshire.
    The mill is a four storey cotton mill built in 1786, which would have been one of the largest mills in the district. Cotton spinning ceased around 1848 and the building was converted into a corn mill in 1886 and which was still operating after WW2. It is built in limestone with a slate roof now holed and in poor condition. The Mill was powered from a large water wheel fed from a dam nearby which is now a meadow.
    Next to the mill is the Mill house which was converted into a restaurant. Sadly it is now closed and the building falling into disrepair. A large garden at the rear is slowly turning back to nature with a large pond.


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    thx for looking.
     

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