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Showing what an immense mill Waterside was. The building on the right hand end was the technical college. The spire is the Unitarian Church and the tower of Cross Stone church can be seen on the horizon. AN 70082659

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View over the town from the west. The remains of Fielden’s Waterside Mill, an old spinning mill built in 1800, can be seen on the right after a disastrous fire in 1901. The spire of the Unitarian Church, built by the Fieldens, is in the centre. The…

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In the foreground is the railway line curving to the goods yard, with the station in the distance. Centre right is Fielden’s Waterside Mill next to the Rochdale Canal. To the right is the spire of the Unitarian Church, which was also built by the…

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Waterside Mill on Rochdale Road, now the site of Morrisons Supermarket.

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Viewed from Dobroyd Road in 1866, a year after the station was enlarged. The warehouses in the foreground are served by a branch line developed and used by Fielden Bros. Ltd for cotton goods. This shows the goods yard before it was extended in 1881…

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NAME: WATERSIDE MILL

LOCATION: Salford, Todmorden

REF: CD28

GRID REF: 934 238

CLASSIFICATION: C

CONDITION: Semi-used

APPROX DATE OF SITE AND BUILDINGS: Mid 19C (site earlier)

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: This was one of Todmorden’s most important…

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Percy Pollard at the start valve at Fielden's Waterside Mill, Todmorden.
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