Saltaire Village, World Heritage Site
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Saltaire Village World Heritage Site
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These notes are extracted from the Word Heritage Committee Nomination Document, 2001. You can download this comprehensive document from this website.
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Map, courtesy of Philip Barlow, Nemine Juvante Publications.
Salts Mill 1851 - 1853
Mill opened on 20 September 1853, Titus Salt's 50th birthday.
William Henry Street
Edward Street
Fanny Street
Herbert Street
Amelia Street
Albert Terrace
Victoria Road
Titus Street
George Street
Helen Street
Whitlam Street
Mary Street
Ada Street
All 1857
Congregational Church 1859
Constance Street 1861
Shirley Street 1862
Bath and wash house 1863

Lower School Street
Upper School Street
Lockwood Street
Mawson Street
Katherine Street
Dove Stree
Jane Street
Albert Road
Jane Street
Harold Place
Gordon Place
Myrtle Place
Fern Place
Daisy Place
New Mill (north side of canal)
Methodist Chapel (Saltaire Road)
School (Victoria Road)
The Hospital (Victoria Road)
Almshouses, Victoria Road

All 1868
The Institute
The Park
Both 1871
Congregational Sunday School 1876
Titus Salt dies  



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