Rope Walk at Job Gould's West of England twine works, West Coker, Somerset
A twine works was founded here by Israel Rendell after he bought the land in 1828. It was then bought by Job Gould in 1898. It is an extremely long (40 metres) building. It is partly open at ground floor level. It was built to make rope and twine. West Coker had at least 2 other rope/twine works at this time. This building is of historic interest as a rare survival of this type of building.