Built in 1852, to designs by Dixon and Milnes of Bradford, by Samuel Cunliffe Lister of Manningham Mills, Manningham. Functioned first as woolcombing works, but in the 1860s changed to silk spinning and weaving. Lister sold the mill in 1873 after a fire, and it was then run as a silk-spinning mill until the mid 20th century. Complex of 1852 included steam-powered four-storeyed mill of seventeen bays, attached combing shed, engine house, boiler house, chimney, warehouse and wash house. Additions relating to the mill's use for silk spinning were a new wash house (1875), sorting sheds (1879), warehouse, by Petty and Ives, Halifax (1884), storerooms, drying rooms, a new power plant (1901), and a new mill (late 1920s). Demolished.
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