Longanlea Brickworks, Carfin, North Lanarkshire

18/03/1899 – Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser – Pick hand wanted. A good man accustomed to holing and chambering clay. To a steady married man, work all year round. Contract if wanted. The Loganlea Brickworks, Carfin by Holytown Station.

14/09/1900 – Motherwell Times – Accidentat Carfin – A Pole named John Schulaskis, residing in Byres-Knowe Rows, Carfin, was last Friday removed to the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, suffering from injuries received at the brickwork belonging to the Loganlea Coal Company. A large piece of clay fell on his left leg, fracturing both bones between the knee and the ankle.

1903 – Loganlea Coal Co. Lim. Carfin. Motherwell & 157 West George st. Glasgow.

09/05/1913 – Bellshill Speaker –  Some children playing near the service pond at Loganlea Brickworks, Carfin on Wednesday discovered the body of a woman, which was identified as that of Marion McFadyen or Clark, a widow (74) of Coronation Buildings, Carfin. How she got into the water is not known. She had been seen in the vicinity the previous day.

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