CORONA CHIMNEY, DEAN CLOUGH

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1259134

Date first listed: 24-Jul-1980

Date of most recent amendment: 01-Mar-2011

Statutory Address: CORONA CHIMNEY, DEAN CLOUGH, OLD LANE

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Location

Statutory Address: CORONA CHIMNEY, DEAN CLOUGH, OLD LANE

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

District: Calderdale (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 08814 25924

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679/4/400 OLD LANE 24-JUL-80 DEAN CLOUGH Corona Chimney, Dean Clough (Formerly listed as: OLD LANE DEAN CLOUGH CORONA CHIMNEY AT NORTH WEST OF DEAN C LOUGH MILLS)

GV II Mill chimney, 1857, in coursed dressed stone with a brick lining. The chimney stands at the extreme western edge of the Dean Clough site. It is octagonal, splayed to a chamfered square at the base, and is 297 feet (90.5 metres) tall. At the top is a string course and necking with a moulded cornice surmounted by pointed cast iron plates forming a corona. At the base are the remains of an attached building to the east in a ruinous state. HISTORY: John Crossley leased a water-powered mill at Dean Clough from the Waterhouse family in 1822, but he and his brothers had been carrying out worsted spinning and dyeing there since 1802. The mill stood at the eastern end of a mill dam formed from a leat from the Hebble Brook which runs to the south of the site. From 1841 onwards the Crossley family began building a series of engine powered spinning mills and weaving sheds at Dean Clough, used in the manufacture of carpets for which they became famous.

The Corona Chimney has a datestone of 1857 at its base, though this may represent the foundation date rather than its completion. At the western edge of the Dean Clough site, it was associated with a boiler plant to the south and later with a boiler house at the west end of 'F' Mill. It may also have had a role in providing draught for the flock extraction system in 'F' Mill.

Further mills, sheds and other associated buildings were constructed through the C19, and continuing development in the C20 finally ended in 1982 when final carpet production ceased after a gradual run-down following the merger of John Crossley & Sons with Carpet Trade Holdings and the Carpet Trades Manufacturing Company of Kidderminster.

Reasons for Designation The Corona Chimney at Dean Clough, dated to 1857, is designated at Grade II for the following principal reasons: * Industrial complex: It is part of the integrated complex of mill structures at Dean Clough for the manufacture of carpets in the C19 and C20 * Architecture: It is of architectural interest with an unusual cast iron capping and decorative detailing * Local interest: Its great height makes it an important local landmark and emblem of the Dean Clough complex





Listing NGR: SE0880925927

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Legacy System number: 446326

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