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GRANE MILL

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An early 20th century weaving mill power unit. Surviving structures include an engine house containing an in situ cross-compound steam engine and the boiler house with 2 Lancashire boilers and a Green's Economiser (for reheating and pumping water back into the boilers). Both buildings are of stone construction. Grane Mill opened in 1907 and operated until 1979. Scheduled.

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