There appears to be severe fire damage. None of the glass in the windows is left. It really is a shell of a building.
The usual display of 'nature fighting back'.
It was an 'easy access' sort of an explore. So we ventured inside.
The staircase rapidly declines the further up you venture. We decided against going up the very last bit of stairway due to the myriad pigeon poo and the fact that the stairs looked like they might disintegrate at any minute!
Each floor had an open expanse of mill floor, supported by columns.
Nice bit of debris left on first floor.
Pleasing example of peeling paint.
View from tower about half way up.
Colourful peeling paint.
A bit more colour on the staircase.
Part of the boiler room, complete with Victorian tiles.
Outhouse which had clearly suffered badly from fire-damage.
The fabulous chimney. Don't know how tall it is but you can spot it from quite a way off. A real 'landmark'.
Round the back of the building, near the boiler room.