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Midland Mills, Bradford

This part demolished grade II listed mill in the heart of Bradford was orginally built in 1871 and was home to British Mohair Suppliers (Mohair is a type of wool made from the hair of a goat) – it closed around 2001 and has since been part demolished to make way for a £35 million pound mixed residential/commercial complex. It is located over the road from another recent explore – The Conditioning House

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2 comments

  1. Hello I am a interior design student studying in my 3rd year of my degree and about to begin my final project and I am wondering if you have any exiting plans of unused building in Bradford. This would be appreciated if I was able to get any copies from you (digital or hard copy).

    Thank you in advance

    Regards

    Luke Gawthorp

  2. Thanks great shots sadly now the entire mill has been gutted windows have been taken out and the roof is in a bad state of repair (Canal Road Side) Also some buildings have been demolished

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