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- location: off Clay Lane, Crimble, Golcar
- status: still exists
- architect: John Kirk and Sons
- category: woollen mill
Built by George Haigh circa 1864, the mill was situated on the township boundary of Golcar and Slaithwaite.
John Kirk & Sons placed the following contract notice in the local press in early 1864:
TO BUILDERS. TENDERS are required for the Excavators', Masons', Carpenters', Joiners', Plumbers', Glaziers', Ironfounders', Painters', and Blue Slaters', WORKS, in the ERECTION of a WOOLLEN MILL, BOILER HOUSE, ENGINE HOUSE, and LONG CHIMNEY, at Crimble, in Slaithwaite.
Notes and References
- ↑ "Contract" in Huddersfield Chronicle (27/Feb/1864).