Nellfield Brick and Tile Works, Braidwood, South Lanarkshire

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Nellfield Brick and Tile Works, Braidwood, Lanarkshire c. 1893 to post 1915

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19/08/1893 – Motherwell Times – The action Hunt v. the Nellfield Brick and Tile Co., Braidwood, Carluke, and John Lawson, Motherwell, the only known partner, the Sheriff has decided in favour of the defenders. (The decision was confirmed following appeal 25/11/1893)

07/12/1895 – Paisley and Renfrewshire Gazette – Opening of the Thomas Muir Memorial Hall, Paisley – …the exterior stone is red from Dumfries and the exterior brick is from the Nellfield Terracotta Brick Company, Carluke.

Below – 1896 – Nellfield Brick and Tile Works.

1897 – 1898 – Nellfield Brick & Tile Co, Braidwood, Carluke.

1899- 1900 – Nellfield Brick and Tile Co., Braidwood (J, Lawson, 57 Merry Street).

1903 – Nellfield Brick & Tile Co. brick & tile manufacturers, blue brick & terra cotta works, Carluke.

James Thomsom, manager, Nellfield Brick & Tile Co

Below – 1910 – Nellfield Brick and Tile Works.

18/02/1910 – Bellshill Speaker – A venerable figure in the congregation – John Lawson celebrates his 76th birthday – He has 2 businesses in Motherwell, while he himslef is the princial shareholder of the Nellfield Brick and Tile Co whose works are situated near Carluke.

Below – 08/03/1911 – The Scotsman – John Agnew’s Nellfield brick and tile works, Braidwood, Carluke for sale.

Below – 2015 – Study into the historical development of the Clyde and Avon Landscapes.

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