|The former Hovis Mill on the banks of the Macclesfield Canal, now apartments|
|Victoria Mill from Windmill Street, April 2015||East Side, April 2015|
|Victoria Mill looking East||Victoria Mill looking North East|
|Kershaw Mill, Newton and Henderson Street||Water's Green, redeveloped in 2009 as a motel|
|Albion Mill, London Road built in 1843||Byron House, London Road|
|Royal Court, George Street||George Street|
|Oxford House on Oxford Road and Cottage Street||Oxford House from Hand Street, April 2015|
|Paradise Mill in evening light, Aug 2011||West end of Paradise Mill, evening light, 2015|
|Park Mill, March 2015||Entrance to Park Mill, 9 Nov 2007|
|Crompton Road Mill||Crompton Road, 2015|
|View from Pownall Square to the east||Pub sign in Crompton Road|
Jonathan Parkhouse contacted me with details of a book covering mills in East Cheshire. It is a very thorough survey of mills, mainly in Macclesfield, Bollington and Congleton, and extremely well illustrated with both historic and recent photographs and drawings.
Park Mill Silk weaving mill, now converted for use as offices, is dated 1853, with C20 alterations. It is Grade II listed. The range shown with 19 windows faces south and to the right in Hobson Street is an 11-window range enclosing a courtyard.
Jonathan notes that there will also be material in the National Monuments Record, also searchable through the Pastscape website.
Page 1: Town Centre
Macclesfield Page 2: Town Centre
Macclesfield Page 3: Halls
Macclesfield Page 4: The Canal
Macclesfield Page 5: Christ Church
Macclesfield Page 6: St. Michael's, the Exterior & the Nave
Macclesfield Page 7: St. Michael's the Savage Chapel
Macclesfield Page 8: Nonconformist Chapels
Macclesfield Page 9: Some Macclesfield Mills