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Milnrow: Quiz


Question 1: Milnrow's last ________ was Butterworth Hall Mill, demolished in the late 1990s.
WeavingRing spinningCotton millTextile manufacturing

Question 2: Born in ________ in 1708, Collier was schoolmaster for Milnrow.
UrmstonStretfordAltrinchamSale, Greater Manchester

Question 3: [2][15] Dry ironstone smelting was introduced in to Milnrow at a very early time as evidenced from ancient ________ found at Tunshill.
Cement kilnCharcoalOxygenKiln

Question 4: Clegg Hall is a 17th-century hall and Grade II* listed building situated in green space between Milnrow, ________ and Littleborough.
OldhamRochdaleChaddertonSalford, Greater Manchester

Question 5: The station was constructed in 1862 by navvies drafted by contractors under the ________.
London, Brighton and South Coast RailwayLancashire and Yorkshire RailwayLondon, Midland and Scottish RailwayLondon and North Western Railway

Question 6: [54] Dedicated to ________, it is part of the Church of England, and its patron is the Bishop of Manchester.
New TestamentThomas the ApostleSaint PeterSaint Stephen

Question 7: In Newhey is the Ellenroad Steam Museum, the retained engine house, boiler house, chimney and steam engine of Ellenroad Mill, a former 1892-built ________ designed by Sir Philip Stott, 1st Baronet.
WeavingTextile manufacturingCotton millRing spinning

Question 8: The Grade II listed Church of St James, Milnrow's ________ parish church, was built in 1869 and is dedicated to James the Apostle.
AnglicanismEpiscopal Church (United States)Ecumenical councilCatholicism

Question 9: 12,500) is a small town within the Metropolitan Borough of Rochdale, in ________, England.
TraffordLancashireGreater ManchesterSalford, Greater Manchester

Question 10: With the onset of the ________, the River Beal was harnessed to power large weaving mills.
William RadcliffeThomas HighsTextile manufacture during the Industrial RevolutionIndustrial Revolution

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