Mill E.

Author oldskool - Last updated: 16.08.2012

Mill E
In 1869 J Rrowther established Mill E Over the years Rrowther and Sons opened many mills in Warsden and the Tolne Valley. In 1938 Mill E covered 14 acres used 681 looms and 44 carding machines and employed 1902 people. It closed down in 2004 It was built in 1801 and eventually replaced Mill P which was demolished in 1896………

Ok this place was cracked by Fishbrain and Tweek over many visits carefully mapping p.i.r. alarm systems and mapping a clear path through most parts of the mill the one thing i wanted to crack we couldn’t as we activated the alarm so had to run like bitches lol.
This report is very picture heavy hope you dont mind ….anyways on wit da flics……..

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Thanks for looking Oldsk@@l……….

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