Found by Michael Fallone in the Glasgow area. Bothwell Park Brickworks, Fallside, Uddingston. . . . .
14/03/1851 – Glasgow Herald – For Sale – Building Materials, High Pressure Steam Engine about 6hp with steam boiler etc at Bothwell Tile Works; 70,000 bricks, 13,000 house tiles with couples, rafters and beams;and upwards of a thousand linear yards of sarking 14″ broad and 5/8″ thick, and dwelling houses with a with number of articles connected with the tile work;the whole nearly as good as new. Also a quantity of drain tiles of different sizes. For particulars apply at the Works or to M. J Adam, 206 Duke Street, Glasgow. (These early tile works may be a different site from the Bothwell Park Brickworks).
1903 – Bothwell Park Quarries & Brick Works Limited (Jas. King, managing director; John Mann, jun. sec), Fallside, by Bothwell, Uddingston, Glasgow ; registered office, 137 West George Street, Glasgow; T A Quarries, Bothwell.
Below – 15/03/1934 – The Scotsman – Bothwell Park Quarries & Brick Works advert.
20/09/1935 – Bellshill Speaker – Removal recommended. Mr McCracken said that instead of trying to beautify the bings which were not only blots on landscape but a source of annoyance to large numbers of people in that districtt, they should write to the Commissioner recommending their rentoval. At Bothwell Park there were two huge bings and within three hundred yards there was ahuge excavation from which clay had been taken for brick making and which was full of water and a danger to the whole district. Why, he asked, should not some of the unemployed be engaged to fill up that hole from those bings? There were, he added, in connection with this question, various schemes that could put into operation.
1936 – 1937 – Bothwell Park – Bothwell Park Brickworks, Fallside, Uddingston, Lanarkshire.
15/05/1953 – British Clayworker Magazine – Bothwell Park Brickworks, Fallside, Bothwell. Sale of brickmaking plant and machiney, electric generating plant, multi bracket excavator etc including,2 A.C Three phase 50-period440-Volt electric generating sets, 325 and 94 K.V.A, G.E.C. A.C. Three phase 50-period 440-Volt three panel switchboard, 2 Waste heat multi tubular steam boilers, 18ft, by 9ft., with Superheaters, Electrically driven multi bucket excavator, by Steenbrugge & Co., Output 20 Tons per hour, Set Fawcett high speedD crushing rollsS for Clay containing Lime and Stones, Output 6,000 Bricks per hour. (Only in use 6 months), Set 30 in. by 27 in. clay crushing rolls, by Wootton Bros. Ltd, Bradley & Craven 16 in. Auger brickmaking machine, with 10 in. Radicon Reduction Gear Unit, Brick pressing machine, by H. Alexander & Co., Output 1,200 per hour, 2 Berger double brick re presses, Whittaker double brick re press, 9ft Wet pan mill, by Wootton Bros. Ltd, Parts of 11ft. Incla pan mill, 96in. Krupp ball mill, Linstrum clay mixer, Totally enclosed pug mill, Two 6in. Worm conveyors, 12ft. long, 2 Bennett & Sayers brick cutting off tables, Endless rope haulage gear, by Wootton Bros. Ltd, 50 B.H.P. A.C. Three phase 50-Period 440-Volt slip ring motor and starter, Two 96 B.H.P. D.C. 220-Volt variable speed motors with starting panels, New 40 H.P. D.C. 230-Volt motor and starting panel, 2 Sirocco 57 in. by 12 ½ in. Induced draft fans for Electric Drive, C.I. and Steel pipes, from 10in. to 4 in. diam, 154 Yards of railway, 75 lb. Section, ect, At Bothwell Park Brickworks, Fallside, Bothwell on Tuesday, 26/05/1953 at 11 o’clock prompt. Shirlaw & Allan & Co, Auctioneers, Hamilton have received instructions from Messrs. Scottish Bricks Ltd., to dispose of the above Plant which is surplus to their requirements by Auction. On view Friday and Monday prior to sale. Catalogues from auctioneers.
24/06/1989 – The Glasgow Herald – Bothwell Park Brick builds works at Netherton Estate Wishaw.