Cardonald Brickworks, Near Govan, Glasgow.

1896 – P and R N Dewar, Cardonald Brickworks, Govan. (Note – SBH – Is this possible the same Dewar family as operated the Drumpark Brickworks or the Shettleston Colliery Brickworks?)

Below – 1896 – Cardonald Brickworks.

1901 – Clayworkers Directory – P and R N Dewar, Cardonald Brickworks, Crookston, Paisley, N.B. (North Britain). Bricks. T. Add – Dewar Cardonald Crookston.

06/01/1901 – The Scotsman – The Renfrewshire authorities yesterday reported that John Grogan, (50), Moncrieff Street, Paisley and Christoper Donaldson, (27), no fixed residence were fatally injured at Cardonald Brickworks. It is stated that they were at work at one of the kilns when a roof collapsed burying both in the debris. They were also severely burned and though extricated speedily they only lived for a short time.

22/03/1902 – Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser – Auctions – 27th March – At Cardonald Brickworks, Cardonald Station, G & SW and CR, brickwork machinery and plant at 12 noon.

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