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Ellenroad Steam Museum

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1896 mill engine by J. and W. McNaught, modified by Clayton, Goodfellow and Co in 1921

Now designated Ellenroad Engine House, Elizabethan Way, Newhey, Rochdale, Lancashire, OL16 4LE.

Working steam museum in former cotton mill engine house, featuring a magnificent 3000 HP mill engine. This and other impressive engines can be seen running on steaming days.

The 3000 HP mill engine has been awarded an Engineering Heritage Award by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.

Museum website.

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