Logan Works

Found at the Terally Brick and Tile Works

Logan, Kirkmaiden, Wigtownshire

In the early-nineteenth century, Chapel Rossan was built as a house for the estate factor. The main building at Balgowan may have been erected as a dower house. Later in the century, Logan Tile Works, now a ruin, was established at Terally to provide bricks and tiles for local use. Source 

An example of brick from a small local Wigtownshire estate brickworks.  Tiles and bricks produced on such a small scale were generally used for agricultural improvements such as draining and building estate cottages.

A red moulded brick, stamped ‘LOGAN WORKS’ in oval depression.


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