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Report - Big Mill - Leek - April 2012

Discussion in 'Industrial Sites' started by Camera Shy, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Camera Shy

    Camera Shy Old enough to know better
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    I noticed this by chance on the way to another site, obviously i had to have a little look :D

    Pretty bare inside with each floor looking the same, but still, i like old Mills with a bit of character.

    Lovely looking building from outside, shame it's so empty.

    Big Mill in Mill Street was built in 1857 to the design of famous Victorian architect William Sugden, who was responsible for many of Leek's prominent buildings.
    It was originally built for Lovatt and Goulding, but eventually became Wardle and Davenports. and was occupied from 1858 by Joseph Broster. It is 6 storeys high, 21 bays long, and 5 bays deep.



    bigmillr.jpg bigmill-6r.jpg

    bigmill-7r.jpg bigmill-13r.jpg



    bigmill-5r.jpg bigmill-2r.jpg

    Cheers for looking :thumb

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