Below – 1910 – Springbank Brickworks, London Road, Glasgow. These works were formerly known as the Mauldslie Brickworks as shown on the 1892 – 1893 map.
(Note – SBH – The date range below and references appear to relate to the father William Steven and thereafter the sons.)
Parkhead History – Probably influenced by the availability of brick and tile, William Steven, one of Glasgow’s early tenement builders, set up business at Vinegarhill Street. Silverdale Street in Parkhead was previously known as Steven Parade, and William Steven’s initials can be seen set into the stonework of the tenement on the corner of Silverdale Street and London Road.
15/10/1869 – The Glasgow Herald – Planning permission West End Park Street, Glasgow
1871 – 1872 – William Steven, brickmaker, builder, and contractor; Office, 481 London Road; House, 483 do.; Brickworks, Porter Street and Society Street, G. Eastern Road; Mauldslie, London Road; Crosshill, Cathcart Road, Southside.
30/09/1878 – Glasgow Herald – Horses and equipment for sale – 5 horses and buggie ponies the property of Wm Steven Esq, Mauldslie Brickworks, London Road. Sold owing to the closure of the brick making season.
1886 – Willam Steven, brick and tile maker, 481 Gallowgate, Glasgow.
Below – 1892 – 1893 – Mauldslie Brickworks.
1903 – William Steven and Sons, brickmakers, builders and contractors, 481 London Road and 440 Springfield Road, Glasgow.
1903 – William Steven, brickmaker (Wm Steven and Sons), Craigielea.
1907 – William Steven and Sons, 481 London Road and 440 Springfield Road, Glasgow.
1908 – William Steven, est 1840.Office 481 London Road, Glasgow. Mauldslie Brickworks, Springfield Road off London Road and Dalmarnock Roads. P635.
1909 -1910 – W Steven & Sons, 481 London Rd, Glasgow.