Stanley Mills

Stanley Mills


Stanley Mills is one the best-preserved relics of the 18th-century Industrial Revolution. It was established as a cotton mill by local merchants, with support from the English cotton baron Richard Arkwright. Textiles were produced here for 200 years. The mills were built in 1786 at a hairpin bend in the River Tay, where tremendous water-power was available. Machinery was powered initially by...


Grid reference:

NO 114 328

Town/city: Stanley
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Postcode: PH1 4QE
Geocode: @56.4795906, -3.4418391 Open in Map

7.4 miles N of Perth off the A9, follow brown signs for Stanley Mills.


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Opening Times:

Opening times 2017 Easter - September 09.30-17.30 (last entry at 16.30). October 10.00-16.00. The site is closed from  November- March. More details see web site.