SE2628 : Springfield Hall, Morley, Leeds, Yorkshire

near to Morley, Leeds, Great Britain

Springfield Hall, Morley, Leeds, Yorkshire.
Springfield Hall, Morley, Leeds, Yorkshire.
(Rear view)Springfield Hall off Springfield Road. A grade II listed mill owners house built in the early to mid 19th century in stone with a welsh blue slate roof. It was built for Mr John Webster who owned Rods Mill and employed a large number of workers. In 1862 Joseph Smith bought it and erected Springfield Mill at the rear of the house. In 1864 Dixon Nichols & Co bought the estate and manufactured union cloth. Now a retirement home.
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