Yorkshire Textile Mills: The Buildings of the Yorkshire Textile Industry, 1770-1930
Colum Giles, Ian H. Goodall, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments (England), West Yorkshire Archaeology Service
H.M. Stationery Office, 1992 - Architecture - 274 pages
In the 18th century, the textile industry in Yorkshire in northern England went from domestic production to the factory system and the town blossomed. The textile industry, which still operates today, has had a profound effect upon the community of Yorkshire and that history is traced in this book.
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The buildings of the textile mill
The development of the textile mill complex
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19th century Albert Mills Armitage Bridge Armitage Bridge Mills Armley Bank Mills Batley bays beam Bean Ing Mills boiler house buildings chimney cloth dryhouse combing construction cottages cotton mills cotton-spinning mill demolished developed Dewsbury drying dyehouse Dyeworks early 19th century East Ardsley engine house factory fireproof Flax Mill floor four storeys fulling mill Holbeck Holbeck 57 House Mill Huddersfield Hunslet integrated woollen mill Keighley Lane Mill Langcliffe Leeds loomshops Low Mill machines main mill Manningham Mills manufacturers Marshall's Mill Meltham Mills mid 19th century mill built mill Fig Mill H Mill SD mill sites multi-storeyed mill North Yorkshire offices Ossett powerloom production roof room and power Saltaire Saltaire Mills Shipley 116 silk Slaithwaite South Crosland Sowerby Bridge spinning mill steam engine steam-powered Street Mills textile textile mills Todmorden trusses Walsden warehouse water-powered waterwheel weaving shed West Yorkshire wheel woollen branch yarn Yorkshire mills