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Detailed Street Map of Saltaire

ORIGINAL DEVELOPMENT OF SALTAIRE VILLAGE

The map, below, shows the original development of Saltaire Village.
Drawn from present day Ordnance Survey plans, courtesy of Nemine Juvante (Saltaire) Publications

LEGEND

Showing locations of the Mill, its departments and other features of the original development.

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THE MILL

1. Office
2. Combing shed
3. West Mill
4. East Mill
5. Warehouse
6. Warehouse
7. Weaving shed
8. Scouring store
9. Wool shed
10. Chimney
11. Engine Houses
12. Boiler House
13. New Mill
14. Dye Works - now redeveloped
15. Sud Works - now redeveloped
16. Gas Works - now redeveloped
17. Gasometers - now redeveloped
18. Stables

OTHER FEATURES

19. Congregational Church
20. Mausoleum
21. Dining Room
22. Railway Station (now rebuilt)
23. Site of Baths and Wash Houses
24. Site of Congregational Sunday School
25. Factory Schools
26. Mixed Schools (post 1876)
27. Infant School (post 1876)
28. Club and Institute
29. Almshouses
30. Infirmary
31. Wesleyan Chapel (now rebuilt)
32. Saltaire Park (now Roberts Park)
33. Pavillion and Salt's Statue
34. Lodge
35. Weir
36. Sites (2) of allotment gardens
37. New Schools of Arts and Science (built 1887)

 

 

 

 

 
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