A pretty picture of the White Cross canal frontage. I'd presume the canal was used to transport mill products, but the building itself shows few signs of having been used that way (i.e. doorways opening onto the towpath). I suppose the furthest part of the complex, immediately before the George St. bridge in the background and now the 'White Cross' pub, does look as if it might have been warehouses once, and the towpath outside is cobbled and might have been a loading quay. I'm just guessing.
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