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Report - Ivy Bank Mill, Haworth, 30-03-2008

AndyM

28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
#1
This place was first reported, briefly, by ctghost, who has since vanished, along with his website.:confused: However, I did manage to PM him for the name of the place and I then managed to track down where it was.

This was more of a speculative drive out to Haworth, as I didn't know how old ctghosts pictures were, or how to get in. As it was, access was straightforward so I went for a wander round. The place appears to have had a fire, but as to how long ago, I really don't know. Certainly, access to the upstairs was a non starter, and even if it was, would have been foolish as there's no roof left, and so any flooring is somewhat damp.

I don't know any history of the place, other than that it was established in the late 18th / early 19th century, and it's condition is currently described by the local council as 'ruinous', which I would say is pretty accurate!

Mandatory external shots
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No idea what this was, Bungle will probably know
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This pillar didn't look safe. There's going to be another collapse soon I reckon.
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Quite surprised to see some machinery left.
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Even more surprised to see this wedged precariously between the beams!:eek::eek:
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The camera struggled to expose this because of the strong backlight, but you can tell it's a big heavy lump!
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Final exterior
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If you're going to visit, I'd go soon, as I'm not sure what'll happen first - demolition or collapse if it's own accord!
 

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