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Marshall's Mill, Temple Works

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Lynn Rhodes
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2011. View shows Temple Works on Marshall Street, the Grade I listed building that was built by John Marshall around 1840 as an extension to his adjacent Marshall's Mill. It was designed by Ignatious Bonomi in the style of the Egyptian Temple of Horus at Edfu, and was believed to be the largest single room in the world at the time. After Marshall's Mill closed other occupants included Kay's Mail Order company but more recently the building fell into disrepair and on 8th December 2008 one of the 18 ornate stone pillars collapsed, sending a large stone slab across Marshall Street. Fortunately the damage was not too severe and the building is at present (2012) being used as an arts centre while repairs are completed.

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