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Description: Greenbridge Works
Date Listed: 30 November 1984
English Heritage Building ID: 185769
OS Grid Reference: SD8166522622
OS Grid Coordinates: 381665, 422622
Latitude/Longitude: 53.6997, -2.2792
SD 82 SW RAWTENSTALL FALLBARN ROAD
6/190 Greenbridge Works
Cotton spinning mill, originally known as Hall Carr Mill, probably c.1830s.
Watershot coursed sandstone, 2-span slate roof on 2 levels with skylights.
Rectangular double-pile plan, 22 x 4 bays, with engine house on east side and
stair turret on west side. Four and half storeys, built with south end to
earth of rising hillside; bands on 4 levels, plain vertical rectangular
windows on all floors except tall round-headed windows to 2nd level of engine
house. Windows at right hand side of gable end to road altered as doors to
fire escape. Round archway at ground floor of 1st bay of left side wall.
Interior: slim iron columns carrying wooden beams in stirrups. History: may
have been water-powered, because built over culvert; occupied in 1854 by J.H.
Ashworth & Co., cotton spinners and manufacturers. (Detached chimney (q.v.)
to underground flue set on hillside c.50 metres south of mill).
Listing NGR: SD8166522622
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Source: English Heritage
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