Scottish bricks found in Ottawa, Canada.

These bricks were found by Guillaume Girard on the banks of the Ottawa River near to Parliament Hill, Ottawa, Canada.

Other brickmarks found nearby were “T Carr” from the NE of England and a brick stamped “National” which may well have Canadian or American origins.

Around the 1900s this area was heavily used in the processing of lumber.




Below – Kirkwood – Allan, Kirkwood, Darnley Fireclay Works, Nitshill near Glasgow.

Below – “Gartcraig Building” – Gartcraig Fire Clay Works, By Millerston, Glasgow.


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