Blairs Tilework, Glenbervie, Larbert, Falkirk, Stirlingshire aka Glenbervie Tilework, Glenbervie, Larbert, Falkirk.
05/12/1845 – Glasgow Herald – Scottish Central Railway (Alloa Branch) – to make a branch leading from a point near Glenbervie Tileworks to Alloa Ferry and from thence to a point near Tillicoultry, where it is to join the proposed Glasgow and Dundee Junction Railway.
07/09/1850 – Alloa Advertiser – Scottish Central Railway – … The Alloa branch may be said to terminate at Glenbervie Brick and Tile Works …
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – Blairs Tileworks. Consists of a one storey dwelling house together with a few sheds, the latter being constructed for the manufacture of house and drain tiles. Property of Mrs Anne C. Stirling Glenbervie, Larbert. (Note – SBH – This entry has actually been crossed out by the author).
Below – 1861 – Blairs Tileworks. Are the second tileworks to the bottom edge of the map part of Blairs Tileworks or should they be identified separately as perhaps Bogend Tileworks?
16/01/1868 – Falkirk Herald – Tilework to let – Blair’s Tilework on the Estate of Glenbervie, near Larbert Station – Particulars are given and offers received at Glenbervie, by Falkirk until 1st February.
13/06/1872 – Falkirk Herald – To let, Blair’s Tilework as occupied by the late John Leggat. Entry immediately. Apply at Glenbervie House by Falkirk. 10/06/1872
Below – 25/09/1873 – Blairs Tilework on the estate of Glenbervie for let.
21/11/1873 – Montrose, Arbroath and Brechin Review – Marriages. At Larbert, on the 3rd inst by the Rev John McLaren, John B Stewart, stationmaster, Crianlarich to Janet, only surviving daughter of the late John Legget, Glenbervie Tilework.
Below – 19/02/1874 – Falkirk Herald – Blair’s Tilework at Glenbervie for sale.
1896 – Both tileworks as depicted on the 1861 map are now gone.