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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. Thomas & John Carver and Samuel & Edwin Hodgkinson brought the mill in 1859.
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. Sheeting produced at the mill was sold as "Marple Sheets".
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. These top quality colour slides must have been 'state of the art' at the time.
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. A canal arm ran from below lock 13 on the Peak Forest Canal to the mill.
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. The mill was built in 1836 by Charles Walmsley.
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. The mill closed in 1954 when production was transferred to Matlock Bath & Portwood.
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Hollins Mill 1957Demolition of Hollins Mill in 1957. On Monday mornings the wives of operatives living in Hollins Fold used to take buckets of hot water from the mill boiler for their washing.
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Hollins Mill AdvertA flyer advertising the Hollins Mill Company. Marple's Hollins Mill is shown top right.
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Hollins Mill c1890Workers leaving the Hollins Mill via the entrance on Stockport Road around 1890. The lady with the arrow above her head is Lavinia Moss, Dorothy Green's Grandmother.
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Hollins Mill ChimneyHollins Mill Chimney shortly before its demolition in October 1957. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Hollins Mill ChimneyHollins Mill Chimney shortly before its demolition in October 1957. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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Hollins Mill ChimneyHollins Mill Chimney shortly before its demolition in October 1957. From Marple Local History Society Archives.
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