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Windley's Factory, Sneinton, c1890s ?

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:Nottingham, Sneinton
:Robin Hood Street
:Windley's Factory, Sneinton, c1890s ?
:c 1890s ?
:Allen and Sons
:S J Best
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Looking towards Roden Street, showing an anenometer (wind indicator) and datestone (dated 1869) on the corner gable of the textile factory. Windley's Factory, was once owned by Mr Windley, silk manufacturer and local magistrate. (The factory was later home to Wm Bancroft, Blouse manufacturers and was turned into flats in 2003). In the foreground is an enclosure now known as Victoria Park showing newly planted trees.