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The seventeenth century was a time of considerable growth both for the West Riding textile industry and, sixty miles to the east, for trade through the port of Hull. Although textile manufacture had yet to become a factory-based process and its size was only a fraction of what it would become years later, nevertheless it was generating an ever-increasing demand for transport. For centuries, York had been the place through which most imports and exports from Leeds, Wakefield and elsewhere had passed to and from other parts of the British mainland as well as Europe , with boats sailing up and down the River Ouse to connect with pack horse routes to and from the rest of Yorkshire. However, as Hull became an increasingly important focus of maritime trade, the thoughts of West Riding merchants began to turn to ways of improving communications with the Humber.
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Although not a listed building, the mill is of significance because of its history, heritage and importance in the local community over hundreds of years. It can be stated with some confidence that flour has been produced on the site of Queen's Mill for an almost unbroken period of more than years. But that may not be all, for when archaeologists excavated on the opposite side of Aire Street in advance of the Job Centre being built, they found the remains of timber wharves at what was then the edge of a much wider, shallower River Aire, dating from the time of Roman Lagentium. Among the debris were grains of wheat, possibly spilled during the unloading of a vessel — so could it have been that this wheat was also being ground in that location?