Saturday, 27 May 2017

Asquith Bottom Mills, Sowerby Bridge

Asquith Bottom Mills is a mixed use industrial estate at Sowerby Bridge, West Yorkshire built up around a former (depending on the era) carpet, wire, woollen mill. The mill was originally built by William Edlestons and I still remember the red neon sign with there name across the roof during the 1980's (sadly now gone).
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Asquith Bottom Mills, Sowerby Bridge

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