Emscote Mills, Wharf Street, Warwick
Emscote Mills, a gelatine mill which was served by a canal wharf, where vessels would have loaded and unloaded goods. The mill was in use during the Imperial period. It is located to the east of Wharf Street, Warwick.
1 A good group of 2 and 3 storey late 18th century buildings formerly a gelatine mill. A fine house at the west end of the side is enscripted ‘Emscote Mill’ above the door. The building behind this has a belfry.
2 These buildings back onto the Warwick and Napton canals and are served by part of a series of wharves extending from the Coventry Road to the Emscote Road.