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Worcester Spinning and Finishing, Leicester MA
These pictures are of an old mill complex near my home.
After a little research I found out that it was originally called Chapel
Textiles and opened around 1900. Some time around World War II the mill became
Worcester Spinning and Finishing. In 1994 the mill suffered damage from a fire,
closed and was boarded up. The building has been for sale at various points
since then but remains vacant and now shows adverse effects from the fire and
exposure to the elements as evidenced by the pictures.
There are holes in the roof, debris visible in the open windows and bricks falling from the chimney. The only thing still intact is the sluice way where the water that powered the mill runs under the building.
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