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Report - Langwith Mill House / Goff's Restaurant - Feb 2015

Discussion in 'Residential Sites' started by Arcaned, Feb 19, 2015.

  1. Arcaned

    Arcaned Dirty Donker
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    Once a grand house beside Langwith cotton mill near to Whaley Thorns, Nottinghamshire. More recently Goff's Restaurant, but the present evidence suggests vandalism, arson, dilapidation and dereliction.

    Langwith Mill House, marks the location of a cotton mill built in 1786. The building had four storeys and was one of the largest of its type in the region. Cotton milling stopped in 1848, and the mill found a new use as a corn mill from 1886. The building still stands, but is in a poor state of repair, and is on the Buildings at Risk Register. The mill house is a Grade II Listed building,[6] and housed a restaurant for a time, but is now empty.

    Iv been to this place a couple of times with my 2 nephews. It's in a very bad state due to metal salvage and vandalism but there seemed to be something interested about this place the first time so had a re-visit. We also had a nosey around the corn mill but it's in a very bad state to a point where the stairs and floors are unstable and falling through. Unfortunately I wasn't able to get any photos of inside the mill.

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  2. Redalien

    Redalien 28DL Full Member
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    Nice! I visited the mill in Dec but never went in the mill house. Wish I had now..... :thumb
     
  3. Arcaned

    Arcaned Dirty Donker
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    I've been back to Mill House a couple of times since, it's a complete mess inside but a decent place for me to get the hang of photography. If you decide to go, beware of the pigeons on the top floor! They don't think twice about attacking you ;)
     
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