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Category:Harle Syke

English: Harle Syke is a small village within the parish of Briercliffe, situated three miles north of Burnley, Lancashire, England. It was the home to eleven weaving firms, working out of seven mills. Queen Street Mill closed in 1982, and was converted to a textile museum, preserving it as a working mill. It is the worlds last 19th century steam powered weaving mill. (→Harle Syke)
Harle Syke 
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Location Briercliffe, Burnley, Lancashire, North West England, England, UK
53° 48′ 36″ N, 2° 12′ 00″ W
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Harle Syke (en); Harle Syke (cy); Harle Syke (fr); Harle Syke (nl) village britannique (fr); kylä Yhdistyneessä kuningaskunnassa (fi); village in United Kingdom (en); قرية في المملكة المتحدة (ar); селище в Обединено кралство Великобритания и Северна Ирландия (bg); dorp in Verenigd Koninkrijk (nl)

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