Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
Holcombe Rd, Helmshore, Rossendale BB4 4NP, UK
About Helmshore Mills Textile Museum
Helmshore Textile Mill tells the fascinating stories of wool, cotton and the Industrial Revolution. Imagine the hard lives of the mill workers and relish the opportunity to see spellbinding historic machinery in motion. Witness Its spellbinding historic machinery in action; where the noisy clicks, clunks, thumps, and distinctive scents will transport you to another era.
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