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Glossop had all the components for making textiles in Derbyshire: water power, coal and a willing workforce who came from Stockport and Manchester. At the start of the 19th century there were more than 56 mills in the eight townships of Glossopdale; most making cotton but some making paper, rope and wool. To survive and prosper they had to modernise and took to steam-driven power looms.
The Howards were responsible for most of the town's important buildings, such as the Market Hall and the Railway Station.
The cotton industry collapsed in the 1920s and it took decades for Glossop to recover.
See the remains of the Agricolan Roman fort of Melandra Castle, and Mouselow or Castle Hill, with important Bronze Age and Iron Age associations and the site of a motte and bailey built by William de Peverel.
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