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Ellenroad Engine House 2020

Historic engine house containing two large important textile mill engines steamed from an original Lancashire Boiler. The 3,000hp Ellenroad engine is the largest in the world on its original site. Several other engines working or in process of restoration.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Full disabled access

Operator

Ellenroad Trust

Address

Elizabethan Way Newhey Rochdale Lancashire OL16 4LE

  • 07981 391 603
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Open days

Steam Days: 1st Sun in month Feb-Dec 1100-1600. Static: Tue & Sun 1100-1500 (Sat before steam days from 1200).

Travel

By Bus: 181, 182

By Rail: Rochdale or Metrolink / 3 miles

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Photography Books Bundle

Get both 'Ploughing Engines at Work' and 'Relections of Living Steam' for a great price!

Bring back memories of a bygone time with two books of outstanding photographs by well-known photographer Barry J Finch taken through the 1950s and 1960s – now available at an outstanding price.

Only £17.95 + p&p

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