Cotton Mills of Gatehouse of Fleet :: Shared Description

Yorkshireman John Birtwhistle opened three cotton spinning mills beside the River Fleet in the late eighteenth century. Tunnels constructed by local landowner James Murray brought water from a loch four miles away to a pool on the north-eastern edge of the town. From here it is split into a series of mill lades for the Birtwhistle and Scott mills. The west lade flowing between properties on Catherine Street and High Street fed the Birtwhistle mill complex.
by John M
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8 images use this description:

NX6056 : Mill pool by John M
NX5956 : Grain Mill (or Grain Store) in Victoria Street by John M
NX5956 : Overshot wheel at former mill site by John M
NX5956 : Bobbin Mill by John M
NX5956 : The Old Smiddy by John M
NX5956 : Mill Lade at Victoria Street by John M
NX5956 : Mill No1 by John M
NX6056 : Mill Lade upstream of Digby Street by John M

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Created: Sat, 28 Jul 2012, Updated: Tue, 31 Jul 2012

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