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Stanley Mills, Stroud

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2019

at King's Stanley, near Stonehouse, west of Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL10

Mill building and offices are Grade 1 listed. Built 1813, with large addition of c.1825.

The original L-block part has very early fireproof construction. Central arcade of classical cast-iron columns, made by Benjamin Gibbons. Heavy iron doors with self-closing weights are fitted to staircase doorways.[1] The water supply came from the River Frome


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Sources of Information

  1. [1] British Listed Buildings website - Main Building at Stanley Mills