Slockavullin Brick Works, Slockavullin, Argyll. Canmore Kilmartin Glen – After the last Ice Age about 10,000 years ago, rising sea levels flooded Kilmartin Glen and covered it in impermeable marine clay. – In 1794, construction work on the Crinan Canal started. Once the canal was opened in 1801 this allowed for the import of coal…
Photograph courtesy of Dave Clark.
The brick was found at Slockavullin, Argyll.
This example is not in my possession.
This cement brick is believed to be a product of the Slockavullin Brick Works, Argyll
Tagged with: Slockavullin