Found by Ian Suddaby in Saltoun Woods, East Lothian. This example is not in my possession. Ian states – “A wee walk through Saltoun Wood in East Lothian past the demolished viaduct on the Gifford Branch Line (opened 1901) which was clearly made from brick and stone. Frogged but unstamped bricks. Further on, an eroding drain…
23/09/1899 – Airdrie and Coatbridge Advertiser – Serious accident – At South Broadrigg Brickwork, Blackridge, on Thursday afternoon, Hugh Maxwell, about 22, while in the act of oiling the teethed wheels of the brickmaking machine, got caught by the clothes and dragged in such a way as to sustain severe injuries about the lower part of the body. Dr Anderson found Maxwell in a critical state, no hope being entertained for his recovery. He is the son of Mr James Maxwell, general manager to the company.
1903 – Robert Muir & Co Ltd – (composition & fireclay brick manufacturers, red & white composition bricks, boiler blocks, flue covers &c.), Armadale, Barbauchlaw, Boghead & South Broadrigg brick works, Armadale station, Linlithgowshire.
Below – 17/01/1906 – Hamilton Herald – United Collieries to pay damages to Robert Muir, South Broadrigg Brickworks
Below – 17/01/1908 – Linlithgowshire Gazette – United Collieries to pay damages to Robert Muir, South Broadrigg Brickworks.
Below – 22/05/1908 – Linlithgowshire Gazette – Theft of brass bushes from South Broadrigg Brick Works which had been closed for some time.
10/07/1908 – Linlithgowshire Gazette – After a long drawn out law suit that ended in the House of Lords between United Collieries Company and Messrs Robert Muir and Company Limited, brickmakers, over the terms of the original agreement between Messrs Nimmo, the original owners of South Broadrigg Brick Works and Messrs Muir, in which Messrs Muir won, the works were restarted on Monday.
Below – 18/09/1908 – Linlithgowshire Gazette – Machinery damaged by a man who had been dismissed from the South Broadrigg brickworks.
08/01/1909 – Linlithgowshire Gazette – Our County in 1908 – ….The foundries and brickworks are not so busy as usual and could do with a great deal more work. Messrs Robert Muir & Co owners of Armadale, Barbauchlaw and Boghead brickworks having been at law with the United Collieries Company regarding their lease of South Broadrigg brick works had their case settled in their favour in the House of Lords early in the year and resumed operations at the works on the 4th July.
Below – 14/04//1911 – Compensation to a female who was injured at Broadrigg brick works.