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Archaeology Notes

Event ID 707974

Category Descriptive Accounts

Type Archaeology Notes


NS97SE 82 9592 7173.

A large brick and tile works consisting of three long drying sheds and two large kilns. A 10 h.p. steam engine is used in the manufacture. The clay pits lie to the west (one is shown at NS 9670 7187) and the clay is conveyed to the sheds by a small iron tramway. About sixteen hands male and female, constantly employed. The property is feued by John Alexander from W Gillon of Wallhouse.

OS 6" map, 1st ed, 1854; Name Book 1854

Nothing shown.

OS 6" map, 1898.

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