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Robinwood Mill

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Robinwood Mill.
Todmorden and Walsden.
Civil Parish
West Yorkshire.
Type of record
SD 9200 2565.
53.7271869, -2.12272839


Steam-powered cotton-spinning mill built in mid to late 1830s by James and John Ramsbotham to designs by William Fairbairn of Manchester. Bought, unused, by John Fielden who added a water-powered single-storeyed carding shed before opening it in 1848 and running it with Waterside Mill, Langfield, and other mills in and around Todmorden. Original pedimented mill is U-shaped on plan, six storeys high and of non-fireproof construction except over engine house; later sheds on two sides, warehouse, rebuilt in 1889, in front. Associated buildings include workers' housing, especially Robinwood Terrace. See also Waterside Mill, Langfield.

Additional information

Robinwood Mill at Work places in the Todmorden District over the last 3 centuries, with detailed histories and photographs of this work place, and stories of the men and women who worked in them.

Ortophotographic map

Aerial photographic view of Robinwood Mill (Todmorden and Walsden, West Yorkshire).


Map of Todmorden and Walsden with its 32 textile mills.

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