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Rare Cordage tour offers glimpse of ties that bind Plymouth's past

By Robert Knox
Globe Correspondent / May 20, 2004

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PLYMOUTH -- Mill 2 is like an enormous ghost town. Silent since the Plymouth Cordage Co. closed in 1970, the building's immensity impressed visitors on Saturday during a rare tour of the Plymouth mill complex that once was home to the world's largest rope maker. (Full Article: 761 Words)

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