Workers housing, Slater Terrace, Sandygate, Burnley, Lancashire
This terrace of 11 workers cottages is built over a warehouse. They were built in c1848-50 for George Slater, proprietor of Clock Tower Mill. The 2 end houses were converted in to an engine and boilerhouse sometime after 1861. The terrace is a very unusual structure, forming an important component of the industrial area now known as "the Weavers' Triangle".
PeriodVictorian (1837 - 1901)
Tagshousing terrace factory warehouse worker victorian (1837 - 1901)
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