List of mills in Chadderton

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This is a list of the cotton and other textile mills in Chadderton, Greater Manchester, England.

A–E[edit]

Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served
(Years)
Ace P.S.Stott Whitegate Lane SD897037 53°31′48″N 2°09′25″W / 53.530°N 2.157°W / 53.530; -2.157 ("Ace") 1914 Standing 53
Ace Mill, Chadderton - geograph.org.uk - 905798.jpg Notes: [1][2]
Acorn Stott & Sons(Extentions) Union St SD909038 53°31′53″N 2°08′18″W / 53.531331°N 2.138300°W / 53.531331; -2.138300 ("Acorn") c1860 c1916*
Notes: Built by John Charles Beard. Was extended in 1882 and 1884. Its spindleage in 1889, when it was a doublers and tape warp makers, was 10,000. Land now occupied by housing. [2][3]
Alder Root Cowhill, Chadderton SD911048 53°32′24″N 2°08′10″W / 53.540°N 2.136°W / 53.540; -2.136 ("Alder Root") c.1860 c.1883
Notes: Old building used as a mill. Demolished to make way for Glenby Mill (see below)[2][4]
Asia F.W.Dixon Clayton St SD912031 53°31′26″N 2°08′49″W / 53.524°N 2.147°W / 53.524; -2.147 ("Asia") 1904 1982 77
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 117,000 Platts. Engine:Buckley & Taylor[2][5]
Bank Crossley Bridge  1776 c1900
Notes: Watermill built by Thomas Ashton[2][6]
Baytree Stott and Sons Mills Hill Road SD888053 53°32′38″N 2°10′12″W / 53.544°N 2.170°W / 53.544; -2.170 ("Baytree") 1903 1985 56
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 97,000 Dobson & Barlow. Engine:George Saxon 1400hp. Used by Avro for manufacture of aircraft parts during World War II[2][7][8]
Bentfield Peel Street SD909049 53°32′29″N 2°08′17″W / 53.541275°N 2.137970°W / 53.541275; -2.137970 ("Bentfield") 1969 Standing 22
Notes: Single storey shed on site of Platt Brothers Hartfield Forge.[2][9]
Boundary Mills Hill Road SD889058 53°32′57″N 2°10′13″W / 53.549265°N 2.170307°W / 53.549265; -2.170307 ("Boundary") <1861 c1932
Notes: 1891- Thorburn and Co, Ltd. Spindleage: (1915) 10,500 mule 3,500 ring. Engine:Scott and Hodgson 300hp.[2][10]
Bower Henshaw Lane, Chadderton 53°31′15″N 2°08′44″W / 53.5208°N 2.1456°W / 53.5208; -2.1456 ("Bower") c1780 c1900
Notes: Water powered early mill converted into a rope works. By 1861, it was spinning cotton again before being converted into a glue works.[2][10]
Busk P.S.Stott Busk Road SD913057 53°32′53″N 2°07′59″W / 53.548°N 2.133°W / 53.548; -2.133 ("Busk") c1847 1931
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 23,624 ring; 10,000 doubling. Engine:(1906)J. E. Wood 525hp[2][11]
Butler Green A.H.Stott Wallis Street SD905038 53°31′53″N 2°08′44″W / 53.531408°N 2.145437°W / 53.531408; -2.145437 ("Butler Green") 1863 1948 72
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 96,816 [2][11]
Chadderton P.S. Stott Fields New Rd SD907045 53°32′13″N 2°08′30″W / 53.536815°N 2.141619°W / 53.536815; -2.141619 (Chadderton) 1885 Standing 115
Chadderton Mill - geograph.org.uk - 696605.jpg

Grade II Listed building No. 1376626 Greater Manchester

Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 102,456 Platt. Engine:Hick, Hargreaves & Co. 1100hp[2][12][13] Cast iron and steel frame with brick cladding, 5 storey 18 bay by 9 bay with later extensions.
Clarence Wild James Street 53°32′45″N 2°08′24″W / 53.5457°N 2.1399°W / 53.5457; -2.1399 ("Clarence") c1869 1889
Notes: Spindleage: (1889) 78,590 Demolished and replaced with Wren Mill, and then Asda.[2][13]
Clough Hunt Clough  c1776  ?
Notes: A small water powered mill. There were also two Clough Mills in Shaw and one in Springhead.[2][12][13]


F–J[edit]

Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served
(Years)
Falcon Mill P S Stott Victoria Street 53°32′54″N 2°08′11″W / 53.548256°N 2.136397°W / 53.548256; -2.136397 (Falcon) 1885 Standing 74
Falcon Mill, Victoria Street, Chadderton - geograph.org.uk - 696671.jpg Notes: The big single storey building is an unusual (for Oldham) example of a weaving shed among the big spinning mills. Designed by P S Stott in 1885 for the Oldham Velvet Manufacturing Co. In 1915 it had 802 looms powered by an Urmson & Thompson engine. [14]
Fernhurst A H Stott Fernhurst Street SD911064 53°33′14″N 2°08′10″W / 53.554°N 2.136°W / 53.554; -2.136 (Fernhurst) 1905 2015 59
Notes: Spindleage: (1915)112,524 Platts. Engine Browett & Lindley 1400hp. Extended in 1946, taken over by Cotton & Rayon Spinners Ltd. In 2015 it was demolished to make way for a "DifRent" housing scheme.[2][12][15][16]
Firwood Joshua Lane SD889051 53°32′31″N 2°10′08″W / 53.542°N 2.169°W / 53.542; -2.169 ("Firwood") c1844 1960
Notes: Spindleage: (1915)14,376 mule, 500 looms. Built by James Cheetham by the Rochdale canal, did velvets and twills[2][15]
Forge Mill / Stock Lane Mill Stock Lane SD908049 53°32′28″N 2°08′24″W / 53.541°N 2.140°W / 53.541; -2.140 ("Forge Mill (Stock Lane Mill)") 1858 (1858) 1978
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 24,048.Built by Higginson and Wallwork then sold to Bodden and Mercer. In 1875 changed name to Stock Lane, extended in 1912 and again in 1926.[2][12][15]
Gem FW Dixon Fields New Rd SD904040 53°31′59″N 2°08′46″W / 53.533°N 2.146°W / 53.533; -2.146 ("Gem") 1901 2008 36
Chadderton,Oldham - geograph.org.uk - 1547.jpg Notes: Ceased spinning cotton in 1937. Taken over by the Ferranti company during WWII to manufacture radio valves and then semiconductor devices. Demolished in 2008 to make way for housing. Spindleage: (1915) 115,000 Asa Lees. Engine:George Saxon 1700hp[2][12][17][18]
Glebe Drury Lane SD905030 53°31′26″N 2°08′42″W / 53.524°N 2.145°W / 53.524; -2.145 ("Glebe") 1866 1973 104
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 127,600 mule,24336 ring, 300 doubling Platts/Howard & Bullough. Engine:(1871)W & J Yates 220hp, (1906) Scott & Hodgson 2500hp (1914)Scott & Hodgson 1250hp[2][17]
Glenby Cowhill,  SD911048 53°32′24″N 2°08′10″W / 53.540°N 2.136°W / 53.540; -2.136 ("Glenby")[2][19] 1885 1962 74
Gordon J Wild Elizabeth St SD901033 53°31′34″N 2°09′04″W / 53.526°N 2.151°W / 53.526; -2.151 ("Gordon") 1884 c1968 75
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 66,000 Platts. Engine:Buckley & Taylor 1200hp[2][19]
Gorse P S Stott Gorse Street SD897037 53°31′48″N 2°09′25″W / 53.530°N 2.157°W / 53.530; -2.157 ("Gorse") 1908 Standing 51
Gorse (and Rugby) Mill, Chadderton - geograph.org.uk - 216400.jpg Notes: Gorse (and Rugby) Mill, Chadderton. A cell phone mast is currently mounted to the stair tower. The engine house has been demolished. Architect was P S Stott. Built 1908. Engine was 1600 hp Urmson & Thompson cross compound.[2][12][19]
Green Lane / Apex Green Lane,  Coords[2][20] 1871 (1871) c1928
Grimshaw E Potts Chadderton SD888049 53°32′28″N 2°10′12″W / 53.541°N 2.170°W / 53.541; -2.170 ("Grimshaw") 1874 (1874) c1946
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 47,472 Platts/Asa Lees.[2][21]
Hawthorn Chadderton SD912057 53°32′53″N 2°08′02″W / 53.548°N 2.134°W / 53.548; -2.134 ("Hawthorn") 1878 1971 92
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 92,000 Engine:George Saxon.800hp It was still powered by steam through a rope race when in closed in May 2000.[2][22]
Junction E. Potts Junction Street SD890049 53°32′28″N 2°10′01″W / 53.541°N 2.167°W / 53.541; -2.167 ("Junction") 1874 2000* 81
Notes: 1891-Junction Spinning Co Ltd. Spindleage: (1915) 73,572 Asa Lees Engine:George Saxon.1000hp Transferred to the Lancashire Cotton Corporation in the 1930s.[2][12][23]


K–O[edit]

Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served
(Years)
Kent G Stott Victoria St, Chadderton SD912060 53°33′04″N 2°08′02″W / 53.551°N 2.134°W / 53.551; -2.134 ("Kent") 1908 1994 83
Kent Mill, Chadderton.jpg Notes: Cotton spinning mill built in 1908 by Kent Mill Ltd and latterly part of the Courtaulds Group. Architect was G Stott. 104,000 spindles. 1200 horsepower George Saxon steam engine. Mill closed 1991 and demolished 1994. The adjoining Manor Mill is still standing.[2][12][24]
Landsdowne / Avon Crompton St SD911052 53°32′35″N 2°08′10″W / 53.543°N 2.136°W / 53.543; -2.136 ("Avon (Landsdowne)") 1861 (1861) 1937
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 77,000 Platts. Engine:(1885) George Saxon,300hp, (1902)Buckley & Taylor,800hp. Built by John Walton for himself and Abraham Stott, sold to Mr Jackson Brierley and the Lansdown Spinning Co who extended it in 1885. Taken over by the Avon Spinning Company in 1901 and renamed. Serious fires 9 December 1921 and 25 November 1922.[2][24]
Lark F.W.Dixon Chadderton SD904041 53°31′59″N 2°08′46″W / 53.533°N 2.146°W / 53.533; -2.146 ("Lark") 1901 1938 37
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 109,704 Engine:George Saxon.1800hp [2][24]
Laurel Stott & Son Chadderton SD889052 53°32′35″N 2°10′08″W / 53.543°N 2.169°W / 53.543; -2.169 ("Laurel Mill, Middleton Junction") 1905 (1905) 1988
Laurel Mill, Middleton Junction 0015.png Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 120,000, Hetherington Engine:George Saxon.1400hp [2][24]
Logwood Mill Brow, Chadderton SD900068 53°33′29″N 2°09′07″W / 53.558°N 2.152°W / 53.558; -2.152 ("Logwood") c1859 c1923
Notes: Ancient corn mill converted into a dye works. Extended in 1905 [2][25]
Magnet F.W.Dixon Denton Lane, Chadderton SD904046 53°32′17″N 2°08′46″W / 53.538°N 2.146°W / 53.538; -2.146 ("Magnet Mill, Chadderton") 1902 (1902) c1967
Magnet Mill, Chadderton 0015.png Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 60,156 mule, 44,680 ring, Howard & Bullough Engine:George Saxon.1700hp [2][26]
Malta F.W.Dixon Mills Hill Rd, Chadderton SD889088 53°32′53″N 2°10′08″W / 53.548°N 2.169°W / 53.548; -2.169 ("Malta") 1905 (1905) Standing
Malta Mill, Middleton - geograph.org.uk - 696711.jpg Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 110,160 Platts. Engine:Buckley & Taylor 1200hp.Taken over by the LCC in the late 1940s.[2][12][26]
Manor G. Stott Victoria St SD911058 53°32′56″N 2°08′10″W / 53.549°N 2.136°W / 53.549; -2.136 ("Manor") 1906 Standing 84
Manor Mill, Chadderton.jpg

Grade II Listed building No. 1244330

Notes: Cast iron and steel construction, faced in brick with stone dressings and flat roof. 5 storeys, 36 bays by 13 bay . Water tank with copper dome. Spindleage: (1915) 91,136 Asa Lees Engine:George Saxon.1200hp. Ceased production in 1932, reopened by the LCC in 1940[2][12][26]
Melbourne Chadderton SD908053 53°32′38″N 2°08′24″W / 53.544°N 2.140°W / 53.544; -2.140 ("Melbourne") 1860 1980 99
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 86,206 Platts. Engine:J.Musgrave & Sons, 140hp, Buckley & Taylor 1300hp. Built in 1860 by the Oldham Cotton Spinning Co, one of the earliest Oldham Limiteds Refloated in 1923 as Melbourne Mills Ltd. [2][27]
Melrose Chadderton SD906040 53°31′59″N 2°08′35″W / 53.533°N 2.143°W / 53.533; -2.143 ("Melrose") 1869 c1942 66
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 40,000 [2][27]
Mills Hill Corbrook Road, Chadderton [2][27] c1875 1909
Mona P.S.Stott Chadderton SD906043 53°32′06″N 2°08′35″W / 53.535°N 2.143°W / 53.535; -2.143 ("Mona") 1905 Standing 54
Mona Mill - geograph.org.uk - 905818.jpg Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 90,456 Platts. Engine:George Saxon.1400hp. [2][12][27]
Nile P S Stott Fields New Rd SD905043 53°32′06″N 2°08′42″W / 53.535°N 2.145°W / 53.535; -2.145 ("Nile") 1898 (1898) Standing
Nile Mill - geograph.org.uk - 695462.jpg

Grade II Listed building No. 1376627

Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 104,000 rings Platts. Engine:Buckley & Taylor 2000hp. When built, this was the largest ring spinning mill in the world. It was the last mill built with a beam engine, and the last to use vertical shafts and gears. An extra storey was added in 1905, the card room was extended in 1907 and further extensions in 1912 and 1914.[2][12][28]
Oak T.Mitchell Spencer St, Chadderton Coords 1874 1934 55
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 122,090 [2][29]
Osborne Architect Robinson St, Chadderton SD914057 53°32′53″N 2°07′52″W / 53.548°N 2.131°W / 53.548; -2.131 ("Osborne") 1853 (1853) 1973
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 46,736. Built in 1853 by Robert Ogden & Co. Scene of an accident, 15 March 1875, when a ten-year employee was burnt to death. Taken over in 1889 by the Osborne Mill Co Ltd, and extended in 1903 and in 1926, now residential. [2][12][29]
Osborne Architect Osborne Street SD914057 53°32′53″N 2°07′52″W / 53.548°N 2.131°W / 53.548; -2.131 ("Osborne") 1853 Standing 120
Osborne Mills, Chadderton 695142-by-Chris-Allen.jpg Notes: Pair of mills on Osborne and Waddington Streets. No. 1 (back)was by A H Stott in 1873, extended 1891 and 1900, closed 1968. 66,008 spindles in 1910.No. 2 was by P S Stott in 1912 with 54,720 spindles. Also closed 1968. No. 1 had Petrie engines and then from 1920 a C A Parsons turbine. No. 2 had a 1200 hp Hick, Hargreaves. Now in multiple occupation.[2][12][29]


P–T[edit]

Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served
(Years)
Palm Potts, Pickup &Dixon Chadderton SD914057 53°32′53″N 2°08′02″W / 53.548°N 2.134°W / 53.548; -2.134 ("Palm") 1884 1928* 42
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 93,000 ring, 10,000 doubling. Platts/Howard & Bullough. Engines: Two Pollit & Wigzell, 1200hp in all. It was built on the site of the former Stockbrook Mill in 1884, as the first wholly ring mill in the district. An extra storey was added in 1899. [2][12][30]
Ram (Orb) A H Stott
P S Stott
Gordon Street SD896041 53°31′59″N 2°09′29″W / 53.533°N 2.158°W / 53.533; -2.158 (Ram) 1907 Standing 64
Ram Mill, Chadderton - geograph.org.uk - 215725.jpg Notes: [2][12][31]
Ramsey F.W.Dixon Chadderton SD906042 53°32′02″N 2°08′35″W / 53.534°N 2.143°W / 53.534; -2.143 ("Ramsey") 1906 (1906) 1979
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 90,000 Platts. Engine: Urmson & Thompson. [2][31]
Raven P S Stott Chadderton SD903042 53°32′02″N 2°08′53″W / 53.534°N 2.148°W / 53.534; -2.148 ("Raven") 1907 (1907) Standing
Dark,Satanic Mills - geograph.org.uk - 80561.jpg Notes: Spindleage (1915) 90,432 mule, 18,240 ring, Asa Lees. Engine:Buckley & Taylor 1500hp. [2][12][31]
Richmond P S Stott Chadderton SD907034 53°31′37″N 2°08′31″W / 53.527°N 2.142°W / 53.527; -2.142 ("Richmond") 1889 (1889) 1976
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 66,300 mule.Engine:Buckley & Taylor 1000hp. [2][31]
Rose P S Stott Chadderton SD904033 53°31′34″N 2°08′46″W / 53.526°N 2.146°W / 53.526; -2.146 ("Rose") 1885 2007 61
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 45,972. Engine:Timoth Bates & Co. During construction 25 May 1885 there was an accident when the floors collapsed. Following frequent arson attacks the mill was burnt down in 2007.[32][2][12][33]
Rugby F.W.Dixon Chadderton SD896039 53°31′55″N 2°09′29″W / 53.532°N 2.158°W / 53.532; -2.158 ("Rugby") 1908 2014 77
Rugby Mill, Chadderton. - geograph.org.uk - 216374.jpg Notes: Spindleage (1915) 113,613 Platts. Engine: George Saxon, 1200hp.[2][12][34]
Rushbank J.Wild Chadderton SD906056 53°32′49″N 2°08′35″W / 53.547°N 2.143°W / 53.547; -2.143 ("Rushbank") c1862 1974
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 60,625.Built by Edmund Whittaker who to expand bought the adjacent Springvale Mill. They were connected in 1922. [2][34]
Spring (Shaw's) Chadderton SD905038 53°31′52″N 2°08′42″W / 53.531°N 2.145°W / 53.531; -2.145 ("Spring (Shaw's)") c1870 c1955
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 15,000. Doubling. From 1889 Joseph Shaw's company ran this mill. [2][12][35]
Springbrook(e) Chadderton [2] c1875 c1985
Springfield Works Lansdowne Road, Chadderton SD895017 53°32′24″N 2°08′02″W / 53.540°N 2.134°W / 53.540; -2.134 ("Springfield Works") c1860 c1938
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 70,000. Built for Shaw & Butterworth. John Shaw continued to run the mill alone throughout his life. [2][12][35]
Spring Vale Chadderton SD907056 53°32′49″N 2°08′31″W / 53.547°N 2.142°W / 53.547; -2.142 ("Spring Vale") c1865 1975
Notes: Spindleage (1889) 13,000. Built by Mark Garfitt and others in the 1860s it was taken over by Edmund Whittaker & Sons of Rushbank Mill.There were extensions in 1900, 1912 and 1913 an s connecting llink with Rushbank Mill was built in 1922. The sites lie under the Asda store. [2][31]
Stockbrook Chadderton SD914057 53°32′53″N 2°07′52″W / 53.548°N 2.131°W / 53.548; -2.131 ("Stockbrook") 1791 (1791) 1869
Notes: An early mill built in 1791 by John Smethurst.It had a 14hp steam engine in 1832 and closed in 1869, the site was later used for the building of Palm Mill. [2][31]
Stockfield P S Stott Chadderton SD907052 53°32′35″N 2°08′31″W / 53.543°N 2.142°W / 53.543; -2.142 ("Stockfield") 1862 (1862) Standing
Stockfield Mill, Chadderton (geograph 3303209).jpg Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 120,000 (with Vale). Engine: (1913) Buckley & Taylor. Built by J & T Heginbottom, taken over and extended by William Tylot of Vale Mill. Incorporated in 1897. Extended in 1912 and 1923. [1][2][12]
Sun T. Mitchell Chadderton SD908052 53°32′35″N 2°08′24″W / 53.543°N 2.140°W / 53.543; -2.140 ("Sun") 1861 1986* 98
Notes: Spindleage: (1915) 157,000. Engine:Scott and Hodgson 2500hp. A cooperative enterprise. Refloated by Limited in 1919.[2][12][36]
Swan E. Potts Chadderton SD890047 53°32′20″N 2°10′01″W / 53.539°N 2.167°W / 53.539; -2.167 ("Swan") 1875 Standing 84
Swan Mill, Chadderton - geograph.org.uk - 1157314.jpg Notes: 1891- Swan Cotton Spinning Co Ltd. Spindleage: (1915) 106,956. Engine:Pollock & McNab 1000hp;Scott & Hodgson 1750. (1912) [2][12][36]
Textile Pott, Pickup & Dixon Chadderton SD908052 53°32′35″N 2°08′24″W / 53.543°N 2.140°W / 53.543; -2.140 ("Textile") 1882 1996 45
Notes: Spindleage (1915) 98,436. Engine: Hick, Hargreaves & Co. 1300hp [2][12][36]


U–Z[edit]

Name Architect Location Built Demolished Served
(Years)
United T Mitchell Chadderton SD909039 53°31′55″N 2°08′20″W / 53.532°N 2.139°W / 53.532; -2.139 ("United") 1874 1962 85
Notes: 1891-United Spinning Co Ltd. Spindleage: (1915) 95,600 mule, 12,496 ring. Engine: Timothy Bates & Co 1400hp (1902), Pollit & Wigzell 1800hp. [1][2][37]
Vale Stockfield Road, Chadderton 53°32′35″N 2°08′17″W / 53.5431°N 2.1380°W / 53.5431; -2.1380 ("Vale") c1860 1964*
Notes: Built for William Taylor & Brothers who operated the adjacent Stockfield Mill [1][2]
Victoria Drury Lane, Chadderton SD906031 53°31′32″N 2°08′28″W / 53.525439°N 2.141248°W / 53.525439; -2.141248 ("Victoria") c1854 1973
Notes: Spindleage: (1889) 37000. Built by William Buckley, Taken over by Victoria Mill Co (Hollinwood) Ltd in 1903. Extended in 1940, destroyed by fire but survived by an old weaving shed that has been built around and still operating in 2016. Its current owners formerly occupied Windsor Mill in Failsworth for several decades. [2][37][38]
Waverley Milne St, Chadderton 53°33′N 2°08′W / 53.55°N 2.14°W / 53.55; -2.14 ("Waverley") c1865 c1900
Notes: Spindleage:(1889) 17130 twist. Engine: 1882 Timothy Bates & Co.[2][38]
Wren FW Dixon Milne St, Chadderton 53°32′45″N 2°08′24″W / 53.5457°N 2.1399°W / 53.5457; -2.1399 ("Wren") 1901 c1970 36
Notes: Spindleage: 1915 81704. Engine: Buckley & Taylor 1800 hp. Now under ASDA.[2][39]


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References[edit]

Notes

  1. ^ a b c d Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 53
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl Chadderton Historical Society
  3. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 47
  4. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 48
  5. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 49
  6. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 50
  7. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 51
  8. ^ Williams & Farnie 1992, p. 192
  9. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 53
  10. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 54
  11. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 56
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y Williams & Farnie 1992, p. 193
  13. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 57
  14. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 63
  15. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 64
  16. ^ "New Lease of Life for Mill Sites". Oldham Evening Chronicle. 2015-08-11. Retrieved 2016-02-17. 
  17. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 65
  18. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 33
  19. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 66
  20. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 67
  21. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 68
  22. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 69
  23. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1998, p. 73
  24. ^ a b c d Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 38
  25. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 39
  26. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 40
  27. ^ a b c d Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 41
  28. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 42
  29. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 43
  30. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 44
  31. ^ a b c d e f Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 20
  32. ^ "Major blaze at mill". Manchester Evening News. 2007-02-14. Retrieved 2016-02-12. 
  33. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 48
  34. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 49
  35. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 50
  36. ^ a b c Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 52
  37. ^ a b Williams & Farnie 1992, p. 194
  38. ^ a b Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 55
  39. ^ Gurr & Hunt 1985, p. 57

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