Glamis Brick and Tile Works, Glamis, Angus. Below – 11/09/1857 – Dundee, Perth and Cupar Advertiser – Drain tiles are for sale at Glammiss Tileworks at Haughs of Cossins. Apply to Robert Spence at the works. Glammiss 09/09/1857. 22/03/1860 – Stirling Observer – Wanted – For a tilework in Strathmore (Glamis?) – Two men well…
An 1874 book entitled ‘Handbook to Carnoustie’ states on page 4 – ‘He (George Kinloch who bought Carnoustie Estate from Major Philip for £11,000 in 1808) also opened a brick and tile work on what was subsequently known as the Terrace, there being a small bed of clay in that locality. But all trace of this has disappeared and a fine garden now occupies the site’.
Another 1874 book entitled ‘Carnoustie and its neighbourhood’ – Robert Dickson states on page 51 – ” There were brick and tile works from 1866 to 1880 on the raised bank west from Lochend. But the bed got exhausted and is now covered with a young plantation”
(Note – SBH – My thanks are given to the Local History Centre, Dundee Central Library for the book extract information above).
Below – 1858 – View of the potential Panmure Brick and Tile Works sites. The two marked areas have been identified by the Local History Centre, Dundee Central Library as the areas where the Panmure Brick and Tile Works would have been. Unfortunately, no map is available as yet showing the position of the named works.
1871 -1872 – Valuation Rolls – Panmure Estate – No 866 – Brickwork Kilns, Furnaces, Engine Offices, Stables etc – George Guild and George Anderson Proprietors, £28 yearly rent.
31/10/1871 – Glasgow Herald – Wanted – a quantity of old tramway plates for a cart service road. Apply Guild and Anderson, Panmure Brickworks, Carnoustie.
1872 – Guild & Anderson, Panmure Brick and Tile Works, Carnoustie
1875 – Guild & Anderson, Panmure Brick and Tile Works, Carnoustie
1877 – Guild & Anderson, Panmure Brick and Tile Works, Carnoustie
1878 – Guild & Anderson, Panmure Brick and Tile Works, Carnoustie
In 1882-4, Frances Groome’s Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland described Carnoustie like this – Employment is given by 4 large linen mills, extensive vitriol works, and a brick and tile yard.