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Search Aspect ( Colton Mill )
Location - Leeds & District

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Bullerthorpe Lane, Swillington Mill (Colton)
Colour image7th September 2000 Looking west towards Swillington Mill showing the derelict mill building, partially obscured by undergrowth. To the right is a derelict house. The mill is situated off Bullerthorpe Lane.
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Bullerthorpe Lane, Swillington Mill, Colton Mill (Colton)
Colour image7th September 2000 Three quarters front gable erect and view of derelict house which is part of the Swillington Mill site, later called Colton Mill. The house front and part of the side are rendered, the rest of the house, the original red brick. In the foreground a boarded off area behind which is a steep roofed brick cast building.
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Bullerthorpe Lane, Swillington Mill, Colton Mill (Colton)
Colour image7th September 2000 Front of derelict house which is part of the Swillington Mill site. The house front is rendered over with brick. Out buildings can be seen to the right.
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Colton Mill on Bullerthorpe Lane adjacent to Junction 46 of the M1 (Colton)
Colour image2000. Colton Mill became a listed building in 1970 and was originally worked with sails until the middle of the 19th Century. Thereafter, it became known as Swillilngtom Steam Corn Mill and operated until 1940. It is one of the few surviving windmills in Leeds. The others are located at Potternewton, Seacroft, Kippax and Aberford.
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Colton Mill on Bullerthorpe Lane adjacent to Junction 46 of the M1 (Colton) (2 comments)
Colour image2000. A view of the very old buildings of Colton Mill which became a listed building in 1970. When it made the transition from wind-power to steam-power it became known as Swillington Steam Corn Mill. Throughout the late 19th Century until 1940, when it ceased to operate, it was worked by the Barraclough family. It became known locally as 'Barraclough's Mill'.
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