Found by Ian Suddaby. Torlundy brick and tile works, Tomacharich, Fort William. Ian states – I believe this might have been opened and operated by Tilcon and probably used crushed stone from the Ben Nevis Quarry to make standard sized bricks and other products too perhaps. The works may have been opened in the 1960s or 70s…
Taylor Bothers, 28 St Enoch Street, Glasgow
Below – 25/06/1970 – The Glasgow Herald – Makers of composition bricks at Avonbridge and Brucefield Works and sole distributors of Dockra, Cults and Fort William bricks.
Rectangular iron stamp with raised central area moulded “Taylor Bros”. Found at Avonbridge Brickworks.
There is also a possibility that the following info on the Taylor Brothers is an earlier form of the above company or indeed they could be 2 entirely different Companies.
1899 – 1900 – William Taylor & Co., coal, cement, brick, lime, and fireclay goods merchants, Mary Ann lane, East Dock street. See Adv. p. 31
Taylor, William R., of Taylor Brothers, 169 Albert street
Taylor, Thomas B,, of Taylor Brothers, 25 Shamrock street
03/04/1901 – Dundee Courier – The Water and Gas Committee of Dundee Town Council yesterday afternoon accepted offers for the supply of firebricks to the gasworks by the Heathfield Fire Clay Co, Glasgow, Bonnybridge Silica and Fire Clay Co, Bonnybridge; Messrs John G Stein & Co, Bonnybridge; The Glenboig Union Fire Clay Coy, Glasgow and Taylor Brothers, Pitfour Brick Works, Dundee.
13/09/1901 – Edinburgh Gazette – Notice. The Firm of Taylor Brothers, Coal, Lime, and Cement Merchants, Yeaman Shore, Dundee, of which the Subscriber Thomas Barron Taylor and the now deceased William Robertson Taylor were sole Partners, was dissolved by the death of the said William Robertson Taylor on 14th April 1901. The Firm’s Business was thereupon taken over by the said Thomas Barron Taylor, who has since then carried on and will continue to carry on the same under the said Firm name for his own behoof, and who will discharge the Firm’s liabilities. James Taylor, Thos B Taylor, Executors-dative of William Robertson Taylor, Thos B Taylor, James A Rollo, Solicitor, Dundee, Witness. N. Cuthbert, Law-Clerk, 7 Ward Road, Dundee, Witness.
1903 – Taylor Bros – (& Fire clay goods) Yeaman Shore, Dundee and agents for Pitfour Tile & Brick Works, Glencarse, Perth ( They are listed in the Brick and Tile manufacturing section)
1908 – 1909 – Taylor Brothers, coal, lime, and cement merchants, and agents for common and fireclay bricks and pipes, 132 Gray street, Broughty Ferry, Dundee
Taylor Brothers – successors to Robert Small & Co, coal, lime, cement & fire-clay goods merchants, Yeaman shore; agents -for Pitfour Patent brick & tile works, Glencarse, near