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History a bit sort of stolen from @stranton report
Low hall mills along with temple works was a former flax mill which opened in 1874 although parts of the building trace back to an earlier mill built in 1792.
The flax mill was owned by Marshall & sons, founded by the industrialist John Marshall which ceased operating in 1886
then became owned by John Whitehead & used as a wool & cloth mill for over a century.
Now the yard is very much live again for brick storage & I believe some of the buildings have been demolished but the place still makes a nice explore.
The higher floors were pretty much empty but did hold some original mill machinery.
Another room that looked like it was an office canteen now being used for storage.
Think that will do from here