EPW013349 ENGLAND (1925). Cotton mills at Holden Vale, Haslingden, 1925

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Title [EPW013349] Cotton mills at Holden Vale, Haslingden, 1925
Reference EPW013349
Date June-1925
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Place name HASLINGDEN
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 378537, 424010
Longitude / Latitude -2.3252219733218, 53.711843804477
National Grid Reference SD785240

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Bee Hive Terrace, these were back to back houses with cellar dwellings

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:10:16 PM

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:09:07 PM
Clifton junction to Accrington railway line (L&YR) now the A56 Haslingden bypass

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:08:28 PM
Blackburn Road, Haslingden

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:07:14 PM
This mill is now Valley Building Supplies

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:06:20 PM

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:05:27 PM
Cross Street North, the houses are still there

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:04:36 PM
Cross Street South, the houses have been demolished

wadey
Saturday 14th of July 2018 09:03:38 PM

User Comment Contributions

These Mills are actually on Blackburn Road Haslingden not at Holden Vale. The picture icon for the map is in the correct place. Most of the mills are long demolished but some remain.

The station buildings and railway track running across the picture next to the fields were closed by Beeching in the 60's and the old track is now couvered by the Haslingden Bypass.

drwell
Thursday 2nd of May 2013 04:47:04 PM
Hi drwell,



Are you thinking of the mills like Commercial Mill on Blackburn Road, nearer to St James's Church? The mills in this photo include Victoria Mill, Britannia Mill and Albert Mill, slightly further north.



Yours, Katy

Britain from Above Cataloguing Team Leader

Katy Whitaker
Thursday 2nd of May 2013 04:47:04 PM