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SPRING FIELD MILL

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Spring Field Mill was built as a steam-powered cotton-weaving mill between 1844 and 1891, probably around 1850. Originally powered by a beam engine, a horizontal engine was later installed in a second engine house built beside the first. The mill was extended in two phases, reaching its fullest extent by 1910. It is built of coursed and random stone rubble and originally had a reservoir and gasometer to the west. In 1999 in was in use as a rag warehouse.

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