Old Mill, Manchester

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Tall brick buildings by a canal
Murrays' Mills; Old Mill is the second of the three buildings on the left

Old Mill, completed in 1798 as part of Murrays' Mills, is the oldest surviving cotton mill in Manchester, England.[1] Sited on the Rochdale Canal in Ancoats, it was powered by a Boulton and Watt steam engine, and its narrow six-storey brick structure "came to typify the Manchester cotton mill".[2] Old Mill was designated a Grade II* listed building on 20 June 1988.[3]

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Bibliography

  • Casella, Eleanor C.; Symonds, James (2005), Industrial Archaeology: Future Directions, Springer, ISBN 978-0-387-22808-2 
  • Williams, Mike; Farnie, D. A., eds. (1992), Cotton Mills in Greater Manchester, Carnegie Publishing, ISBN 0-948789-89-1 

Coordinates: 53°29′02″N 2°13′35″W / 53.48389°N 2.22639°W / 53.48389; -2.22639