Ellenroad Engine House

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Ellenroad Engine House: fully-working cotton mill engine with its original steam-raising plant. Here you can see the 3,000 horsepower Victoria and Alexandra (1892), a coal-fired Lancashire boiler and other machines, like the Whitelees beam engine.

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Car

From M62 junction 21:
Take the A640 south towards Shaw. Pass under the bridge, then turn first right.

Bus

On Sundays, bus services 181/182 (Manchester-Rochdale) run hourly in each direction.

Admission

Opening times:

In steam on the first Sunday of each month (except January) at 11am, steaming 12.00 to 4pm.

Prices:
AdultChildOAPFamily (2 adults & 2 children)
£3.00£2.00£2.00£8.00

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Contact

Address: Ellenroad Engine House, Elizabethan Way, Newhey, Rochdale, Greater Manchester, OL16 4LG, UK
Phone: +44 7789 802632
Email: ellenroad@aol.com

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