Yorkshire Industrial Heritage

Scarr Bottom Mill

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Basic information

Name
Scarr Bottom Mill.
Township
Meltham.
Civil Parish
Meltham.
Country
West Yorkshire.
Type of record
A.
NMRfn
63030.
NGR
SE 1005 1085.
UTM
53.59413106, -1.84963129

Description

Cotton-spinning mill designed by Stott and Sons of Oldham and Manchester and built in 1886-7 by Meltham Spinning Company Limited. Five-storeyed steam-powered mill, twelve bays square, of fireproof construction with low warehouse and offices to one side and engine house and boiler house at corner. By 1929 small single-storeyed sheds added to two sides and boiler house enlarged. Demolished.

Additional information

According to Mytholmroyd.net, Scarr Bottom Mill is now demolished and new houses are in its place. It was at the bottom of Thrush Hill Road opposite the Old Fire Station (now the Pot Shop).

Pictures

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Images of Scarr Bottom Mill.

Ortophotographic map

Aerial photographic view of Scarr Bottom Mill (Meltham, West Yorkshire).

Site

Map of Meltham with its 17 textile mills.

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