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Turvin Mill was built in 1808. By 1833 it had a 10 HP water wheel and employed 57 workers (of which 31 were children). The water in the brook was supplemented by a catchwater drain half a mile long which collected the overflow from Whiteholm…

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Victoria Mill was built by the Cragg Vale Manufacturing Co., a co-operative, in 1861, but went into liquidation by 1864 due to the 'Cotton Famine' and was sold to Hinchcliffe Hinchcliffe and Sons Ltd There were two 30HP engines and a 40HP water…

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Grade II



Mill, now converted to form shops, restaurant and craft workshops. c.1830. Hammer-dressed stone, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. Double-pile range under 2-span roof fronts river, elevation to road has canted end which breaks forward, this…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Former Toll-bridge over the Hebden Water. Early C19. Roughly dressed voussoirs and intrados to single segmental arch. Roughly dressed well coursed stone parapet with large stone copings. The north-east end of the bridge is attached to No.…

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Grade II

Mill, formerly used for cotton spinning. Early to mid C19. Well coursed hammer-dressed stone, finer dressed quoins, stone slate roof. 3½ storeys. 2 bands. South east elevation fronts yard. Originally of 6 bays with 2 more added bays to…

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Grade II

Small single-cell cottage adjacent to toll bridge (q.v.), likely to have been the toll-keeper's house. Early C19. Quoins, watershot masonry, stone slate roof. Of similar character to Nos. 4 and 5 Gibson's Mill Cottages (q.v.) which it…

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Grade II

Row of 5 cottages. Nos. 2 to 5 early C19, No. 1 added shortly afterwards. Watershot masonry, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Quoins mark the division between Nos. 1 and 2. 5 single cells. No. 1 has doorway with monolithic jambs to right of…

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Grade II

Row of 5 cottages. Nos. 2 to 5 early C19, No. 1 added shortly afterwards. Watershot masonry, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Quoins mark the division between Nos. 1 and 2. 5 single cells. No. 1 has doorway with monolithic jambs to right of…

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Grade II

Row of 5 cottages. Nos. 2 to 5 early C19, No. 1 added shortly afterwards. Watershot masonry, stone slate roof. 2 storeys. Quoins mark the division between Nos. 1 and 2. 5 single cells. No. 1 has doorway with monolithic jambs to right of…

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Possibly moored outside Nanholme Mill, Todmorden

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Across the river the rear of Bridge Mill and outside seating at Innovation Cafe.
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