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Title: Jowler Mill, Luddenden Foot - HPC00355

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Title

Jowler Mill, Luddenden Foot - HPC00355

Subject

Buildings, Holme House Mill, Luddenden Foot, Mill, Mill pond, Mills, jowler Mill

Description

NAME: JOWLER or HOLME HOUSE MILL

LOCATION: Jowler

REF: LD 5

GRID REF: 040 280

CLASSIFICATION: C

CONDITION: Empty

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

DESCRIPTION/HISTORY: A three storey stone built mill with a number of small extensions. The mill was first built c1818, but was seriously damaged by fire in 1867. Rebuilt in its present form. There is a picturesque dam just upstream and a good example of ‘double decker’ housing along the road above.

PRESENT USE AND POTENTIAL: Empty at present, although it seems to have recently been used for craft workshops. The building appears to be in good condition and may have some potential for similar re-use.

Photo taken c1985.

Creator

Harry Pogson

Source

Pennine Horizons Digital Archive

Date

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Rights

PHDA - Harry Pogson Collection

Identifier

HPC00355.tif

Citation

Harry Pogson, “Jowler Mill, Luddenden Foot - HPC00355,” Pennine Horizons Digital Archive, accessed December 12, 2018, http://penninehorizons.org/items/show/7788.

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