Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw, North Lanarkshire

1858 – 1861 – ScotlandsPlaces – Sunnyside Fire Brick and Tile Works. These works are in the occupation of Mr Archibald Russell who is also the proprietor

Below – 1859 – Sunnyside Brickworks.

03/05/1862 – Hamilton Advertiser – For sale, composition and fire bricks, chimney cans, glazed pipes, cattle troughs, vent linings and every description of fire clay goods. Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw.

12/08/1865 – Hamilton Advertiser – For sale, composition and fire brick, chimney cans, glazed pipes, cattle troughs, vent linings and every description of fire clay goods. Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw.

1867 – 1868 – Archibald Russell, Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw. Vitrified pipes etc. Ho Shawfield Park.

22/10/1870 – Hamilton Advertiser – Composition and Fire Bricks, petrified drainage pipes, chimney cans, vent linings, cattle troughs, paving tiles etc can be had of superior quality and moderate prices at Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw.

Below – 28/04/1871 – Glasgow Herald – Sunnyside Coal and Brickworks, Wishaw for sale. Seller – Archibald Russell.

1873 – 1874 – Archibald Russell – Sunnyside Brickworks, Wishaw, Rutherglen. Vitrified pipes etc. House Shawfield Park.

1896 – No trace on OS Map.

14/05/1926 – Wishaw Press – Reminiscences of Wishaw 40 years ago … At the head of old Sunnyside stood brick kilns with a great stalk, close beside the brickwork were two large clay pits. These have vanished. But now, what a change! …

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