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Anchor Mills

All that remains of the Anchor Mills complex of Paisley is the Domestic Finishing Mill, which was built in 1886. This building is the sole survivor of a 40 unit industrial complex and was in continual use for nearly a century. Built in brickwork with a cast iron skeleton, it is now a Category A Listed building. It occupies a central location in the heart of Paisley Town Centre and sits opposite Paisley Abbey.


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