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Title: Ramsden Wood Mill, Walsden about 1870 - MOT00168

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Title

Ramsden Wood Mill, Walsden about 1870 - MOT00168

Subject

Buildings, Chimney, Chimneys, Mill, Mills, Places, Steam Power, Walsden, Water Tower

Description

Originally built as a cotton spinning mill in the early 19th Century, the buildings were later converted to a print and dye works. The abundant water supply was the chief reason for the selection of the site, but the chimney which is situated on the millside provides evidence that steam power was also used.

Source

Todmorden Information Centre Trust

Date

1870s

Rights

PHDA - Todmorden Information Centre Trust

Identifier

MOT00168.tif

Citation

“Ramsden Wood Mill, Walsden about 1870 - MOT00168,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed November 20, 2018, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/10495.

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