The building has been reconstructed many times. This is a boiler house. But according to the architecture it seems it was a stable.
The clock stopped in the communist times.
Some part of the building is abandoned, flax is not in high demand nowadays. Synthetic fabric won the war for the market and the battlefield looks deterrent…
“We support and approve the project of the USSR constitution”, why shouldn’t we?
The production part doesn’t look much better. Hackles are on the 1st floor. They comb raw material, flax and jute and put the fibre in multicolored cardboard boxes.
And rammed in a tub
Drawing machines on the 2nd floor. Fibre is stretched on them and some ribbons interlace into one.
And once again
Chain conveyer to deliver the cardboard boxes
The third floor is the spinning one. Here they spin jute, flax and polymeric fibre.
Pictures from horror movies
Ready linen thread
Processing cotton thread
Ready products go to the warehouse
Waste will be of use too…
They are put into such a monstrous machine…
to be combed and smoothed…
Then a needlepuncher makes non-woven fabric from them.
Ready product – eco-friendly construction insulant.
Splendid ancient mansion on the mill territory. Probably it was the office of the manager…