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Mile End Mill, The

Located within the centre of Paisley, Renfrewshire and beside the White Cart Water, the Mile End Mill was built in 1899 as part of Paisley's thread industry. Standing six storeys in height it is made of red brick and has as features, stair towers capped in copper, Art Deco toilets and brightly lit floors. Closed in 1993, it is undergoing renovation towards a new use for business and housing.

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