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Title: Waterside Mill - MOT00180

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Title

Waterside Mill - MOT00180

Subject

Buildings, Interior, Mill, Mills, People, People at Work, Steam Power, Steam engine, engineer

Description

During the hey-day of the weaving activities the sheds were powered by a pair of steam engines of 1,000 hp, which were named 'Sam' and 'John' after the two eldest surviving Fielden sons. The photograph shows Leslie Baron who was in charge of the engine in its later days.

Source

Todmorden Information Centre Trust

Date

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Rights

PHDA - Todmorden Information Centre Trust

Identifier

MOT00180.tif

Citation

“Waterside Mill - MOT00180,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed November 20, 2018, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/10507.

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