Carfin Building Brick, 1900s

Known as a common brick in the trade, this brick was produced in Carfin, a village on the outskirts of Motherwell. Many Lithuanians worked in the brickworks; fleeing their homeland they were atttracted by the employment opportunites in the coal, brick and steelworks and so made the area their home.

Museum reference:
1900 - 1920
Made by:
Carfin Brickworks
Place Made:
On display:
In Storage: Museums
Associated with:
1900 - 1920
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