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Description: Syke Side Mill
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
Date Delisted: 23 November 2004
English Heritage Building ID: 185693
OS Grid Reference: SD7915222016
OS Grid Coordinates: 379152, 422016
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6942, -2.3172
The following building was de-listed on 23rd November 2004.
255/5/115 MANCHESTER ROAD
30-NOV-84 (East side)
Syke Side Mill
Woollen mill, early C19, (on site of earlier mill) built by Henry Slater for
worsted spinning. Sandstone rubble, slate roof with stone gable copings, some
skylights. Rectangular plan 11 windows along, 4 storeys high; in 4th bay of
north side a wagon entrance with 3-centred head, a raised doorway to the left,
a top-floor loading door slightly to the right, and on all floors 9-paned
rectangular windows. At west end of north side is an added engine house of
red brick. Rear matches front but is largely concealed by various extensions
and outbuildings. Interior: iron columns and wooden beams. History: from
mid-C19 occupied by Stott and Smith, woollen manufacturers.
Listing NGR: SD7915222016
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Source: English Heritage
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