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Shaddon Mill

Shaddon Mill is located on Junction Street, off Shaddongate in Carlisle. It was built as a cotton mill 1835-1836 by Richard Tattersall for Peter Dixon. At the time it was built, Shaddon Mill, was reputedly the largest cotton mill in England. The 7 storey building is Grade II* listed on the National Heritage List for England. In c.2005, much of the building was converted into appartments. It also hosts StagedRight Youth Theatre.

Carlisle Grade II* Listed Denton Holme Historic Buildings and Monuments in Carlisle 1836 Dixons Chimney, Shaddon Mill, Carlisle
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Shaddon Mill

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Dixon's Chimney and Shaddon Mill, Junction Street

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Shaddon Mill and Dixon's chimney

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SHADDON MILL - Carlisle - List Entry
- Cotton factory, now industrial units. 1835-6 for Peter Dixon by Richard Tattersall. Squared blocks of red sandstone on chamfered plinth with ashlar quoins; ashlar eaves band and solid parapet. Roof, …

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List number: 1297383
List grade: 2*
Unitary Auth: Cumberland
County: Cumbria
Grid ref: NY3951455628


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