Description: The Angel Mill
Date Listed: 29 December 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 313107
OS Grid Reference: ST8732551267
OS Grid Coordinates: 387325, 151267
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2604, -2.1830
WESTBURY EDWARD STREET
ST 8751 SW 4/21 29.12.50. The Angel Mill
1801; probably the earliest Wiltshire factory built to be driven by a steam
engine. Main front is very distinguished, though much obscured by later work.
4 storeys and attic. 10 ranges of windows, central break of 4 windows with
pediment having cartwheel window (formerly a clock) in tympanum. Built of
red brick with stone dressings to standard 2 light windows with segmental
heads, stone mullions, raised stone surrounds and small panes. Attic storey
lighted to east by 2 long rows of dormers. Boiler and engines were at North
end. Wing projects at right angles to North. Built 1856, 8 ranges of windows,
4 storeys of uniform design with old block. Red brick with stone dressings
to standard windows and eaves band. 3rd window from right of 3 lights. Ground
floor obscured by later sheds.
Listing NGR: ST8732551267
Source: English Heritage
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