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Salts Mill, Saltaire (Lockwood and Mawson, 185153): the Grade II* listed mill, once the largest industrial building in the world, was purchased by Bradford entrepreneur Jonathan Silver in 1987 and transformed into an arts, leisure and business complex. Copyright Jo Lintonbon. Source: IHBC Yearbook 2015. Published by the Institute of Historic Building Conservation.
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