Sunday, 24 October 2010
This is an unusual building for this area, as it's made from red brick - and has a round chimney. There is very little built of brick locally - the vast majority of the houses and mills are made from stone, much of it local and a warm honeyed tone. And most of the mill chimneys have angles - I suppose it's easier to make small bricks into a smooth round chimney. I don't know much about the history of this mill. It is only a stone's throw from Saltaire, just along the canal. I think it is probably newer than the adjacent Salts and Victoria Mills. No longer a mill, it has been converted into offices.
Another photo that would be good for Weekend Reflections!