Moor Lane (South Mill) is an old cotton weaving and spinning mill, on the site of a sail cloth factory. The chimney, which was famed for being level with the castle keep, is now gone. It remained in use until 1981 weaving cloth, with the distinctive clattering sound of Lancashire looms. It is linked to Moor Lane North Mill by a tunnel under the road.
The Lady Fiona was a pleasure boat, which cruised the canal between the 1970s and 1990. She started life as a Victorian canal barge called the Pet and is the last remaining barge which plied its trade along the Lancaster Canal to survive.
The next trail QR codes are north by Moor Lane North Mill or south beside Nelson Street Bridge.
Last date edited: 17 July 2015