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Report - Cellars Clough Mill, Marsden, June 2018



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A fascinating site, located in Marsden, I really enjoyed walking through this cotton mill, believed to be shut in the 80's. The amount of bat's here was incredible, they flew around you in big packs like watching a flock of birds. Overall not much is originally left anymore except a few bits like the casing of a typewriter I found. But seeing as it was simple to get in, and a large building, the walk around made for a good evening.
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Idle Hands

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#2
I think those bats are the reason this last chunk hasn't been demolished - I was expecting twice as much mill and a bit more of a challenge when I visited! These places are always worth a quick look though.
 

tweek

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#7
I've been inside here when it was absolutely full of machinery. It's in such a sorry state now.

It was in use after the 80s, but in it's latter days it was rented out as separate units unrelated to textiles.

Our band used to rent the offices which I think are (just about) still there.
 

waveydave

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#8
Wha

What time did you go. We were there for about 730 pm and they were all kinds of axtive
It was mid / late afternoon when we went . Expected to find the bats roosting somewhere but no sign of them. Not sure if there's a culvert underneath the mill as the big pipe in one part appears to have water below. We did come across some lesser horseshoe bats hanging from a hotel cellar roof recently. We were within arms reach and they just hung there sleeping
 

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