Kipps Quarries and Brickworks, Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire

Hugh Symington, Brick and Tile Maker, Sweethills and Kipps, Coatbridge.

Kipps Quarry & Brickworks, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.

Alternative brickworks include:

  • Bothwell Park or Faskine Brickworks, Coatbridge, Lanarkshire.

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1878 – Hugh Symington, Brick and Tile Maker, Sweethills and Kipps, Coatbridge.

Below – 1878 – Advert – Hugh Symington – Brickmaker – Sweethills and Kipps, Coatbridge.
Hugh Symington brickmaker sweethills kipps
Below – 1882 – Advert Hugh Symington, Kipps Quarries, Coatbridge.
07/03/1885 – Lanarkshire Upper Ward Examiner – Messrs Hugh Symington and Sons, Kipps Quarries and Brickworks, Coatbridge pay their subscription of £2 2s to the St Andrews Ambulance Association.
Below – 1886 – Advert – Hugh Symington & Sons, Kipps Quarries and Brickworks, Coatbridge.
Below  – 1893 – Advert – Hugh Symington & Sons, Kipps Quarries and Brickworks, Coatbridge.
09/04/1896 – Dundee Courier – Accident in Kipps Brickworks – On Tuesday a man named John Gorman, residing at Gartsherrie, while employed at the clay mill in Kipps Brickworks, Coatbridge, was seriously injured. It is not known exactly how he came by his injuries but is supposed he had reached down to pick out a stone, and losing his balance fell between two grinding wheels on the perforated bottom. He suffering from concussion of the brain and internal injuries.
Below – 1897 – Kipps Brickworks. Not present on the 1859 map and marked as disused on the 1910 map)
04/12/1897 – Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser – Reference to the fatal accident of a farm manager at Crumlet Farm, New Monkland by falling off a bridge near to Kipps Brickworks …

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