Built before 1822 as a calender mill for finishing linen cloth but by 1878 also used for cotton spinning and weaving, and printing union cloths. Earliest building a steam-powered three-storeyed mill, partly rebuilt; later, post-1850 buildings include single-storeyed shed, probably of late 1850s, and warehouse. In late 19th century associated with Rob Royd Bleachworks.
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