Yorkshire Industrial Heritage

Yorkshire textile mills

Yorkshire is a historic country of Northern England with a rich industrial heritage. Pioneer on the Industrial revolution, it hosts a large number of industrial buildings originally focused on textile production. Nowadays, the restructuring of textile industry has put at risk much of them.

The aim of this website is to divulgate the Yorkshire industrial heritage and to collect information about it. More info.

Pictures of Lower Providence Mill (Keighley, West Yorkshire), before and after its demolition.

Map of textile mills

Map of Yorkshire mill towns (1770-1930), made with Google Maps.

Mapped inventory >

List of textile mills

Yorkshire listed textile mills inventory, classified by countries and towns.

Listed inventory >

Outstanding industrial buildings

Directly access to the outstanding buildings of Yorkshire industrial heritage: Armley Mills (Armley, WY), Saltaire Mills (Shipley, WY), Warehouse, St Mary's Place (Barnsley, SY)...

Outstanding mills >

Engravin of West House Mill (Fewston, North Yorkshire), demolished.

Yorkshire textile mills, 2010-16. About this site.