Rag Mill, Goose Eye

A steam- and water-powered cotton mill and paper mill in the historic county of Yorkshire, England.

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A water powered cotton mill built in 1791; together with nearby Turkey Mill it was the origin of the hamlet of Goose Eye. It was later converted to grind up rags for manufacture into paper at Turkey Mill, and was powered by steam. The chimney was dismantled in 1971. After standing derelict for many years it was converted into residences in 2000.

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Alternative names Brow End Mill
Power source Steam, Water
Mill type Watermill
River North Beck
Mill function Cotton mill, Paper mill
Archive ID 3894
Location Goose Eye
Historic county Yorkshire
Country England, United Kingdom
NGR SE 0280 4055
Latitude/longitude 53.86121100, -1.95887200




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