Dalserf Coke, Coal and Brickworks, Swinehill, South Lanarkshire aka Swinhill. (SBH – Note – I am uncertain where exactly the brickworks with regards Dalserf Coke, Coal and Brickworks were located. Can anyone clarify this please?) 1858 – Mineral Statistics of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for 1858 Dalserf, clay of coal measures….
Hailstonemyre Tileworks, Near Birkenshaw, Dalserf, South Lanarkshire possibly aka Swinehill Tileworks.
(SBH – Note – see also the Dalserf Coke, Coal and Brickworks, Swinehill, South Lanarkshire as their Swinehill Colliery and Coke ovens appears to have been build on the site of the Hailstonemyre Tileworks c. 1858)
Below – 1858 – Hailstonemyre Tileworks
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – Hailstonemyre – James Forest occupier – A farm steading recently sold – purchaser’s name not yet known. The public right of way from “Swinehill” to “Marlage” passes on the north side of this farm. There is a tilework on this farm wrought by the farmer.
1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – This comprises of a kiln for baking the tiles, a wooden shed, for drying and seasoning them, and a wooden mill for working the clay previous to shaping it into tiles. The whole used for the manufacturing of tiles used for draining purposes. It is on the lands of “Hailstonemyre”.