Off the grid, this mill is found just outside Hebden Bridge, a mile walk into the National Trust's Hardcastle Crags woodland.
In the 1900s this failed cotton mill was used to entertain locals with it’s dance hall, roller-skating rink and boating, today you can explore the history and grab a cream tea.
Along with a photo of the print itself I have included one of the drawing that was used to create this print.
All prints come mounted in an off white, textured mount and are wrapped in cellophane.
This mount is a standard size for purchasing frames.
Printed using Daler Rowney System 3 water based acrylics, on 300gsm Snowdon paper