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Lower Bank Bottom Mill, Binn Road, Marsden. GEOGRAPHIC STUB. This page is a bare-bones entry for a specific location. More detailed information may eventually be added... Details. location: off Binn Road, Marsden-in-Almondbury; status: no longer exists; category: woollen mill; Location.

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Mar 19, 2019· Finally found the right mill and found a really cool part towards the end again very difficult to get in and worth another visit but what i saw was very cool and had loads of fun. If you like the ...

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Bank Bottom Mill. In 1867, John Crowther established Bank Bottom Mills. Over the years, Crowther and Sons opened many mills in Marsden and the Colne Valley. In 1936, Bank Bottom covered 14 acres, used 680 looms and 43 carding machines, and employed 1900 people. It closed down in 2003.

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Today 16:00 GMT. Smoke emanates from a building at the huge Bank Bottom Mill near Huddersfield. Numerous fire crews and paramedic teams were in attendance as noxious smoke made finding the seat of the fire impossible without thermal imaging equipment. The fire was eventually brought under control just before 18:00. According to a fire service source, this involved cutting through floorboards ...

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B mill, Dean Clough. Badger Hill Mills, Rastrick In 1868, John Smith and his son, William set up business – John Smith & Sons – here. On John's death, his sons William, Edward and Albert, and J. I. Mortimer established John Smith, Sons & Mortimer here.. By 1922, when William died, It had become the largest woollen manufacturer in the district.. There were 3 mill buildings.

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Jul 31, 2019· It was an important centre for the production of woollen cloth, focused at Bank Bottom Mill, which closed in 2003. According to a 2008 mid-year estimate the village has a population of 4,440. Cross Hills is a village in the Craven district of North Yorkshire, England that is situated halfway between Skipton and Keighley.

Lower Bank Bottom Mill, Binn Road, Marsden

Lower Bank Bottom Mill, Binn Road, Marsden. GEOGRAPHIC STUB. This page is a bare-bones entry for a specific location. More detailed information may eventually be added... Details. location: off Binn Road, Marsden-in-Almondbury; status: no longer exists; category: woollen mill; Location.

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Jul 09, 2019· By the late 20th and early 21st century, the Yorkshire textile industry had fallen on hard times, and Bank Bottom Mill closed in 2003, with the loss of 275 jobs and has stood empty since. It is still owned by descendants of the Crowther family with John Edward Crowther Ltd currently listing just two people, director Philip Crowther and company ...

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Drummonds Mill and Prospect Mills were both severely damaged, while Newsome Mill in Huddersfield and Bank Bottom Mill in Marsden were also struck by major fires. A teenager was convicted of arson ...

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History. Marsden grew wealthy in the nineteenth century from the production of woollen cloth. It is still home to Bank Bottom Mill, later known as Marsden Mill, and home to John Edward Crowther Ltd, formerly one of the largest mills in Yorkshire.The Crowthers moved to Marsden in 1876, beginning a long and profitable association with cloth manufacturing in the town.

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On the Manchester side of the Pennines the textile industry was dominated by cotton. On the Huddersfield/Leeds side wool tended to be the focus. Marsden, the settlement flashing past at present, was dominated by Bank Bottom Mill, one of the largest and most striking wool cloth factories in Yorkshire. Dovetail's landscapers have attempted to ...