Bank Tileworks, Castlehill, South Ayrshire


Below – 21/09/1846 – Glasgow Herald – The materials of the Bank Tilework on the Estate of Castlehill near Ayr containing about 250 feet of drying sheds, the shelves all done up with foreign wood, an excellent steam engine of 6 horsepower, bruising rollers, pugmill, two of the celebrated Tweedale tile moulding machines with gearings and attachments all complete. The whole in excellent going order and can be shown any day at work by the foreman on the premises. Particulars may be learned by applying to Robert Boyle, Fullarton Street, Ayr. R Boyle continues to ship draining tiles from the ports of Ayr and Girvan. Ayr 13/09/1846.

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