Other Side of Oldham


Located just northeast of Manchester, Oldham was one of the great boom towns of England's Industrial Revolution.  Oldham was one of the first English towns to convert to the new style of production in large mills beginning in the late 1800's.  It really took off in the second half of the 19th century: at one point, this town in what was then Lancashire produced more cotton cloth than Germany and France combined.  You can check out this historic town from above in this drone video by Visual Euphoria Studio.  

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