Drumcavil Tilework, Cadder, Glasgow aka Shankramuir Brick and Tile Work.
Below- 1858 – Drumcavel Tileworks.
01/01/1858 – Glasgow Herald – Limestone works in a portion of the lands of Drumcavil, Parish of Cadder, a few miles from Coatbridge to let … also a valuable bed of rock sand of fine quality in the same lands and a going tilework …
1862 – Drumcarel Tileworks – James Stark & Co, Moodiesburn, Glasgow.
14/02/1866 – Glasgow Herald – Early yesterday morning the body of a man, shockingly mangled, was found lying between the line of rails on the Kirkintilloch section of the North British Railway, near to Croftfoot or Glenboig Brickwork. It was shortly afterwards identified as that of John Connachie, foreman at Drumcavil Brick and Tile Work, aged about 45 years, and residing at the works. It appears that the deceased had been at Airdrie during the day, and in the afternoon had been at Coatbridge, which be left shortly before it became dark and had taken the road home, the nearest way being along the railway. It is therefore supposed that he had been knocked down and run over by some of the trains, several of which must have passed after the accident, Deceased has left a widow and two children.
1878 – Alex Rennie, firebrick manufacturer, Drumcavil, Moodiesburn, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.
13/09/1879 – Glasgow Weekly Herald – Sequestrations. September 8th. Alexander Rennie, brickmaker, Drumcavil Brickwork by Moodiesburn in the County of Lanark.
1886 – Robert R Heroe, coal master, 150 Hope St. Torbane Hill Collieries, & brickmaker, Shankramuir & Drumcavil (Drumcavel) Works, Glasgow. (Page 215).
Below – 10/10/1894 – Glasgow Herald – Rock, sand, common brick and gannister works – Drumcavil and Shankramuir Works for sale.
Below – 1897 – Drumcavel Rock and Sand quarry.