Crompton Loom Works – 132-142 Green Street 
This factory was built in 1860, for the
manufacture of textiles and looms.  It is one of the oldest surviving factory
buildings in Worcester.
It is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Extended version - Homes of George Crompton and Playwright S.N. Behrman
Select the button on the left for the tour.  For additional information on this site, select the Extended Version button. 

Proceed to the corner of Green and Harrison Streets.  Turn right on Harrison Street.  Continue east along Harrison Street  for two blocks until you reach Water Street.  NOTE - Along the way you will pass over  Harding Street, which follows the route of the Blackstone Canal.  The canal is now buried beneath this street. Once you have reached Water Street, turn left and walk one block north.  The brick Hill Envelope Company factory is on the northwest corner.