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Bakery constructed by Henry Henninges in 1893 and operated by him until 1912. The kneading, ploughing and steaming was done upstairs in the main working area and then sent through a chute downstairs to be baked in the 2 ovens. It is said that up to 5000 loaves were baked daily during this time. The lane behind the factory still bears Henninges name.