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Looking across the former weaving shed of Crow Carr Ings Mill with its polished maple wood floor, May 1993.

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Looking across the former weaving shed of Crow Carr Ings Mill with its polished maple wood floor, May 1993.

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The last engineer at Nelson's, Chris Cryer, pictured with the beam engine, 1973.

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The last engineer at Nelson's, Chris Cryer, pictured with the beam engine, 1973.

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Group photograph taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Group photograph taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Group photograph taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Photograph taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Group photographs taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Group photograph taken in the foundry area at Lord Bros., later occupied by Kinghorns.

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Interior view of the packing department on the Baltimore site.

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Edward Lord, 1st March 1812 - 10th September 1875. He was a pioneer in the manufacture of cotton spinning machinery and the founder of the firm.

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An illustration of the Lord Bros site, showing Stackhills Road and Baltimore in the foreground.

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A view across the engineering workshop.
This photograph shows three Earnshaw brothers, all of whom worked in engineering since leaving school. John and Edgar were killed in the First World War. William, the eldest (shown on the extreme left), taught…
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