Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1134099

Date first listed: 15-Dec-1975

Statutory Address: TURKEY MILL, GOOSE EYE


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Statutory Address: TURKEY MILL, GOOSE EYE

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

District: Bradford (Metropolitan Authority)

Parish: Keighley

National Grid Reference: SE 02944 40604


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KEIGHLEY GOOSE EYE SE 0240 and SE 0340 (east side) 16/71 Turkey Mill 15.12.75


Cotton spinning mill, now discotheque. 1797, enlarged early and later C19. Grit- stone, stone slate roof. H-shaped range. Right range: 3 storeys, 6 bays. Round- headed wheel arch and 2 lunettes (one now door) to ground floor. Square windows with stone cills and lintels above. A taking-in door with interrupted jambs to 1st and 2nd floors. A mid C19 octagonal chimney reduced in height. Main range: 2 storeys, with 3rd storey added early C19. 13 bays. Central, quoined, round- arched entrance and blocked windows to ground floor. 1st floor: small square openings with stone cills and lintels; date plaque to left of centre inscribed 'John Town 1822'. 2nd floor: bays recessed and defined by pilasters; taller windows. Plain gutter brackets. Shaped kneelers, coping. Bellcote to left gable. Range to left, at right angles, in state of disrepair and collapse at time of resurvey. Free-standing 2-storey, 2 x 1 bay block to left. Water-powered mill bought in 1822 by John Town who enlarged it as a paper mill and adapted it to steam.

Listing NGR: SE0294440604


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Legacy System number: 338167

Legacy System: LBS

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