Woollen mill, established c1800 using water power, with a steam-powered mill built later. Expansion of site involved construction of weaving shed c1875 some distance from main buildings. Shed has brick-vaulted part basement and main working floor of eight bays by eight bays. Power provided by vertical engine in corner engine house.
Brackendale Mill was a woollen mill established circa 1800 in the north of Thackley. The mill was extended in 1829 with an engine house and water wheel and in the 1870s a steam powered weaving shed was added to the site. Today the mill building is living accommodation.
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