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© Ms Pamela Jackson LRPS

IoE Number: 358709
Location: MANOR MILL, VICTORIA STREET
  CHADDERTON, OLDHAM, GREATER MANCHESTER
Photographer: Ms Pamela Jackson LRPS
Date Photographed: 12 March 2001
Date listed: 18 June 1993
Date of last amendment: 18 June 1993
Grade II

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The following building shall be added:-SD 90 SWCHADDERTONVICTORIA STREET780-1/40/10001Manor MillII

The following building shall be added:- SD 90 SW CHADDERTON VICTORIA STREET 780-1/40/10001 Manor Mill II Cotton spinning mill. 1906 by G. Stott for the Manor Mill Ltd. Cast iron and steel construction, faced in brick with stone dressings and flat roof. 5 storeys, 36 window range between corner towers, with 13 bay returns. Wide windows separated by pilasters with decorative corbels over 4th storey, and plain corbelling to ground floor. Stone sills throughout, continuous to top storey. Decorative corbelled eaves band. Single storey extension, presumably to card-room, along part of eastern elevation. 2 taking in doors with cast iron architraves towards centre of this elevation. Main tower at south-east corner has main entrance in south elevation, in elaborate architrave with segmental pediment carried on elongated console brackets. Pilasters carried on stone corbels mark the projecting upper storey which has triple sash windows with exagerated keystones, and is surmounted by an octagonal lantern with lunettes. Copper dome over, with wrought iron brattishing in the form of a coronet, and a flag staff. Power transmission to south, with projecting engine house towards the west, with 4 round arched windows, boiler house and chimney alongside, and rope race in centre of south elevation, articulated by full height pilasters, and with raised parapet over. Boundary wall to eastern boundary, brick with stone copings and cast iron railings. Raking rusticated stone retaining wall to reservoir against northern boundary. Separate lodge and office block towards south east: also brick with stone dressings, single storeyed with flat roof, doorway and two windows to street elevation, long return elevation with further doorway to north. The mill is an impressive example of early C20 mill design, showing large-scale planning, in which functions were Separated by storeys.

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