13/09/1878 and 28/02/1879 – Glasgow Herald – Brickwork to let – Brickwork. To let, at Crossflat Limeworks, near Muirkirk, a field of fire clay and blaes for brickmaking. The field is connected with Caledonian and South-Western Hallway and contains first-class material for a large output of bricks for which there is ample demand in the district. The necessary plant is nearly all on the ground, and kilns are partly erected, and both may be had at a valuation. For further particulars apply Crossflatt Lime Co, 83 Bath Street, Glasgow, where Offers will be received.
Below – 28/02/1880 – Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald – Advert.
1882 – 1885 – T Bell, Crossflatt Brick, Lime, and Coal Works, Muirkirk, Ayrshire.
Below – 13/12/1882 – Glasgow Herald – Extensive sale of colliery plant at Crossflatt Colliery – Crossflatt Coal, Lime and Brick Company.
18/12/1882 – Glasgow Herald – Reference to the Crossflatt Coal, Lime and Brick Company selling colliery plant at Crossflatt Colliery Muirkirk.
24/12/1883 – Glasgow Herald – Destructive fire in Glasgow. Damages £12,000. Early yesterday morning a fire of a very destructive character occurred in the block of buildings at the south west corner of St Vincent and Renfrew Streets … Among the firms affected by the fire are … Crossflatt Coal, Lime, and Brick Co …
1883 – 1884 – Crossflatt Coal, Lime, and Brick Co., 101 St. Vincent St.
1885 – 1886 – Crossflatt Coal, Lime, and Brick Co., 11 Bothwell St.
1886 – Crossflat Coal, Lime and Brick Company, 11 Bothwell St, Glasgow.