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Queen Street Mill Museum

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Over 300 looms in this shed
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110-year old boiler by Tinker, Shenton and Co
W. Roberts and Sons steam engine
W. Roberts and Sons steam engine
W. Roberts and Sons steam engine
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Queen Street Mill, Harle Syke, Burnley, BB10 2HX.

A very rare example of a steam-powered weaving mill with looms still driven by a steam engine. Very friendly staff on hand to demonstrate the operation of the equipment, including looms, steam engine and boiler. Home-made cakes baked in the café!

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