Cox's Stack, a chimney from the former Camperdown works jute mill. The chimney takes its name from jute baron James Cox who later became Lord Provost of the city. Aligned with the tay rail bridge as mr cox was also on board that rebuilt the bridge.
Chimney at Queen St Mill, Burnley
India Mill chimney in Darwen was the tallest and most expensive in the country when it was completed in
1871 – India Mill, Darwen, Lancashire - Architect: Ernest Bates Eccles Shorrock & Co., cotton spinners, constructed this impressive building between 1859 and including the erection of a high Italian campanile chimney
An old mill factory. Not a perfect travel destination, not a favorite place, but surely a unique destination. Think being on the top of the 78 m chimney?
This octagonal chimney is 126 feet high Coldharbour Mill is a spinning mill in the village of Uffculme, Devon. It was built by Thomas Fox to spin woollen and later worsted yarns in