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File:Nathan Goughs steam driven mule spinning mill in Salford.jpg


English: Nathan Gough's steam-driven mule spinning mill, near Oldfield Road in Salford, where a serious accident occurred on 13 October 1824
Date circa 1824
Source Vigeon, Evelyn V. (1975), Tom Bergin, Dorothy N. Pearce, Stanley Shaw, ed., Salford: a city and its past, City of Salford [Cultural Services Department], Page 35
Author unknown (woodcut from c. 1824)


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