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Report - Newsome mill-huddersfield-19/1/08

ERNIE99_UK

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I visited Newsome mill, after seeing a report on it in the local newspaper.It has now been saved and is grade 2 listed.

The mill was built in 1880 and features a towering main building , clock tower, office building and part of the weaving sheds. The rest of the weaving sheds have been cleared to make way for housing.

I could not get into the main building as it was not only loked down, but bricked up:crazy

I have though, been into the weaving shed and the office building and have also got some external shots.
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inside the weaving shed
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the office building
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bank statements and reciepts showing a lot of debt
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finally inside the workers portacabin i couldnt resist photographing this
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cheers
 

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